Encounters in East Asia<br />
European Trade with China<br />Strict Limits on Trade<br />Foreigners could trade only at Canton under the supervision of ...
Manchu Conquest<br />Qing Rule<br />Barred intermarriage between Manchusand Chinese<br />Manchu women were forbidden to fo...
Response to Westerners<br />Refused to trade under European rules<br />China made mistakes<br />1800’s China learned about...
Korea and Isolation<br />Low status of merchants in Confucianism led Koreans to look down on foreign traders<br />Japanese...
Japan and Foreign Traders<br />Japan was open to European missionaries <br />Tokugawa shoguns grew increasingly hostile to...
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Encounters in east asia

  1. 1. Encounters in East Asia<br />
  2. 2. European Trade with China<br />Strict Limits on Trade<br />Foreigners could trade only at Canton under the supervision of imperial officials<br />When trading season ended, they had to sail away<br />Scholars and Missionaries<br />Chinese rulers welcomed the chance to learn the arts and sciences of Renaissance Europe<br />
  3. 3. Manchu Conquest<br />Qing Rule<br />Barred intermarriage between Manchusand Chinese<br />Manchu women were forbidden to follow traditional Chinese practice of footbinding<br />Manchus adopted the Confucian system of government<br />
  4. 4. Response to Westerners<br />Refused to trade under European rules<br />China made mistakes<br />1800’s China learned about the western advances the hard way. (especially the military technology)<br />
  5. 5. Korea and Isolation<br />Low status of merchants in Confucianism led Koreans to look down on foreign traders<br />Japanese invasion in 1590 devastated the land of Korea<br />1636, Manchus conquered Korea before overrunning Ming China<br />Response: chose Isolation except from Chinese and a few Japanese<br />
  6. 6. Japan and Foreign Traders<br />Japan was open to European missionaries <br />Tokugawa shoguns grew increasingly hostile toward foreigners<br />Persecuted Japanese Christians, killing many thousands<br />Maintained isolation for 200 years<br />

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