ThaibaUlama<br />Foreign Incursions in China and Japan<br />
Opium Wars<br /><ul><li>The opium conflict had began as early as the 1830s, when the British East India Company discovered...
Ulama, thaiba(foreign incursion in china and japan)
Ulama, thaiba(foreign incursion in china and japan)
Ulama, thaiba(foreign incursion in china and japan)
Ulama, thaiba(foreign incursion in china and japan)
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  1. 1. ThaibaUlama<br />Foreign Incursions in China and Japan<br />
  2. 2. Opium Wars<br /><ul><li>The opium conflict had began as early as the 1830s, when the British East India Company discovered that the Chinese people would buy it in large quantities once addicted. The British had become the major drug-trafficking criminal organization in the world, and China had evidently become one of its victims. The use of opium in China was soon strictly controlled. Some Chinese officials believed that the opium trade would benefit the Chinese more because the British were infatuated with Chinese silks and tea. Arguing that trade connections were necessary, these officials advocated the import of opium. However, they were simply interested in their own individual profits.</li></li></ul><li>BOXER REBELLION<br /><ul><li>Boxer Rebellion (1900): Beginning in 1898, groups of peasants in northern China began to band together into a secret society known as I-ho ch'üan ("Righteous and Harmonious Fists"), called the "Boxers" by Western press. Members of the secret society practiced boxing and calisthenic rituals (hence the nickname, the "Boxers") which they believed would make them impervious to bullets.</li></li></ul><li>NATIONALIST REVOLUTION<br /><ul><li>The nationalist-physician Dr. Sun YatSen(1866-1925) founded the nationalist party “Kuomintang” and led the nationalist revolution against the Manchu dynasty on October 10, 1911.</li></li></ul><li>Dr. Sun YatSen<br /><ul><li> founded the Society for Regenerating China and the Revolutionary Alliance and extensively studied the political systems of European countries and America in formulating the Three Principles of the People: Nationalism, Democracy,andSocial Well-being. </li></li></ul><li>MEIJI RESTORATION<br /><ul><li>The emperor emerged as a national symbol of unity in the midst of reforms that were much more radical than had been envisioned. The first reform was the promulgation of the Charter Oath in 1868, a general statement of the aims of the Meiji leaders to boost morale and win financial support for the new government.</li></li></ul><li>Games: QUESTION<br /><ul><li>It was begin in 1898, groups of peasants in northern China began to band together into a secret society known as I-ho ch'üan ("Righteous and Harmonious Fists"),</li></li></ul><li>ANSWER:<br /><ul><li>BOXER REBELLION</li>

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