The first Europeans to make contact with the Ming dynasty were the
The Emperor Kangxi was generally
-tolerant of Christian missionaries.
Who initiated the construction of the Imperial City in Beijing?
Perhaps the greatest emperor in Chinese history, ____ took charge of the government while still in his teens and reigned for 61 years.
According to the passage, how did people regard Emperor Kangxi?
dynasty founded by Ming Hong Wu
separate Manchu military units, which became the chief Qing fighting force
led the peasant revolt that overthrew the Ming dynasty
ruling dynasty from 1644 until 1911
-trade without government interfearance
Japan forced out Portuguese traders because Japan
-feared Christian influence.
The Taiping Rebellion was led by a Buddhist cult
What did the Treaty of Nanjing do?
-It gave the British rights to ports and low tariffs.
In China, which of the following events occurred first?
-The establishment of the Macao port
Why did the Qing distrust the Jesuits and their converts?
-They realized that converts might be more loyal to the pope than to Chinese rulers.
The ____ were the first Europeans to establish a trade relationship with China.
In response to the importation of opium by the British East India Company, the Chinese government _______
-demanded that the sale of opium immediately stop
Britain used opium as a trade product to meet the demand for _____
Under the terms of the Treaty of Nanjing, China gave the British control of ___
- Hong Kong
Which treaty gave the British five ports in China and forced China to give up control Hong Kong?
-Treaty of Nanjing
Who led the Ming dynasty's naval voyages of exploration?
Allowing foreigners to live by the rules of their home country instead of the country in which they live is known as
The British opium trade was sparked by
-the British demand for tea
The Taiping Rebellion was based on
The Portuguese came to China to both trade and spread Christianity.
Korea became known as the Hermit Kingdom because they made attempts to remain isolated from other nations.
Macao was a ______
Korea found themselves in the center invading nations that wanted to expand both their powers and borders. Which of the following expansionist nations was the first to invade Korea?
Korea was invaded by Japan in the late 1500s from the south and in the early 1600s by ______________ from the north.
sultan's chief minister
Trade goods in the Safavid empire were carried on a road system that wa
-fairly safe and enhanced with rest stops.
The Mogul empire was the greatest Indian dynasty in nearly two thousand years.
Who established the Mogul dynasty?
Which city was both a British and French trading fort?
According to this passage, what disadvantage did the British have in India?
-a lack of allies
What Mogul school of painting combined Persian with Indian motifs?
site where Sir Robert Clive's army defeated Mogul force
During the Tokuagwa period the role of these part-time warriors changed. Name them.
Which of the following expansionists nations was first to invade Korea?
Matteo Ricci was impressed with?
Qing dynasty practiced what philosophy?
Dutch only Europeans allowed trade with Japan as long as they _____
-gave up all show of Christianity
Civilization strictly controlled European trading rights.
Constantinople renamed _____
Advance of Suleiman's army stopped at
What was the Sultan forced to do when the Janissary force grew to large?
-kill its members
The _____ was residence of sultan's wives
Ottomans defeated at the _____ Gulf in 1571 CE
Ottoman religious, legal, and educational advisers
Ottoman empire preferred to
-administer land through local rulers and pashas
Ottoman art included
-distinctive woven rugs
Ottoman expansion in the 14th Century eventually led to control over the
-Bosporus and Dardanelles
IN the late 13th century, a new group of Turks under leader Osman began to build power in
-Northwestern corner of Anatolian Peninsula
Under _____ ottomans conquered Constantinople.
Under Shah Abbas, the Safavid dynasty _____
-reached high point of glory
What 3 peoples inhabited the area invaded by the Ottoman from 1514-1635?
-Georgian, Azeris, Kurds
What was significant about the battle of Chaldirian?
-use of artillery decisive tactical advantage.
Islamic group Safavid's belonged to
Conformity to traditional religious
The Shiites believed the shah was
-ad direct successor of Muhammad
During the Ming Dynasty, Zheng He's exploration voyages took him through Southeast Asia all the way to
IN China the following things occured first
Establishment of the Macao Port
Babur's forces entered India through the
The British established trading forts in India Calcutta and
Whyd id the Qing distrust the Jesuits and their converts?
-They realized converts might be more loyal to the Pope than Chinese rulers.