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221 B.C.
First Emperor of the Qin dynasty unifies China
206 B.C.
start of the Han dynasty
2070 B.C.
start of the Xia dynasty
1500 B.C.
start of the Shang dynasty
1050 B.C.
start of the Western Zhou dynasty
770 B.C.
start of the Eastern Zhou dynasty
265
start of the Jin dyansty
581
start of the Sui dynasty
618
start of the Tang dynasty
960
start of the Song dynasty
916
start of the Liao dynasty
1115
start of the Jin dynasty
1271
start of the Yuan dynasty
1368
start of the Ming dynasty
1644
start of the Qing dynasty
eunuchs
castrated, service in the emperor's household
Where did the Qing come from?
Manchuria
What Manchu/Chinese system of government did the Qing implement?
banner system (favorite military leaders) and the Chinese bureaucracy
Early rebellions against the Qing
White Lotus Rebellion, EIght Trigrams, efforts to free Xinjiang
Qing defeats
Opium War, Arrow War (second Opium War) Sino-Japanese War
1900
Boxer crisis: Boxers held foreigners hostage, forces came to free them, standoff at the foreign legation district, Qing decides to support the Boxers
ti
basis, essence, what parts of Chinese tradition to keep
yong
utility, what parts of Western modern stuff to adopt
sel-strengthening
Qing reform movement
100 days of reform
1898 Qing emperor tried radical reformers
Empress Dowager Ci Xi
ruled in place of the emperor who was kicked off for radical reforms, started conservated and then went into radical reform after the Boxer Crisis
Hong Xiuquan
educated Hakka, halluncinations, Taiping Uprising
1848-1864
Taiping Uprising, theory=Christian, Confucian, egalitarianism, socialism
first provisional president of the republic of china
Sun Zhongshan
took power away from Zhongshan later in 1912
Yuan Shikai
Revolutionary Alliance
set up by Zhongshan, grew into the Nationalist Party
Xin Qingnian
journal that was important in the New Culture Movement
New Culture
open to change, less Confucianism and hierarchies
paris peace conference
gave parts of china (like Shangdong) to japan, corrupt warlord gov did nothing
may 4th 1919
activists in Beijing, continued, got 3 corrupt officials fired, china didn't sign to give Shangdong to Japan
1921
CCP founded
Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao
helped found the CCP, earlier active in May 4 and New Culture movements
1924-1927
1st united front, led by Jiang Jieshi Northern Expedition Campaign that ousted warlords and unified China
May 30th 1925
started when a chinese worker was killed and foreign police in shanghai killed demonstraters
1927-1937
Nanjing decade, controlled by nationalists
new life movement
revival of confucianism, nationalism
1934-1935
Long March to escape Jiang's purge, from Jiangxi to the northern mountains
1931
Japanese invasion of Manchuria
December 9 1935
protest movement against the Japanese invasion of china
Xi'an incident
Jiang kidnapped, he had to agree to ally with the CCP and fight Japan
1937-1945
Second United Front, against Japanese during WWII
1945-1949
Civil War
red army
People's Liberation Army
National Day
Oct 10 after the 1911 rev (still in the ROC/Taiwan), then oct 1 after the 1949 rev (now in the PRC)
Shaanxi
where the Communists went after the long march, where the "base areas" like Yan'an were located
first mass campaign
Marriage Law of 1950, limited success toward gender equality
second mass campaign
support korea, resist america
other campaings
anti-rightist, land reform, three anti campaign (end waste, mismanagement, and corruption)skin
Bandung, Indonesia
conference that created the AAPSO (Afro-Asian People's Solidarity Organization)
1953-1957
1st five year plan, compromise
1958-1963
great leap foward, lots of communes, looked good at first, ended in famine
Hundred Flowers Campaign
response the the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, called for criticism and freedom of speech