← Asia in the World Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- British occupation of India
- Taiping Rebellion
- Early Tokugawa Japan
- a The second largest city in Pakistan
- b On Jan 11, 1851, there was a formal declaration of revolution. It lasted for 14 years and involved the Hakka
- c A small part of Malaysia.
- d Closed itself off 1616-1630
Economy didn't grow much, stayed feudal.
- e Britain transported Opium to China from india. They influenced India, Burma, Hongkong and Pakistan.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1882, China forces Korea to open ports to everyone. This causes many Korean rebellions and other powers take full advantage before the Sino-Japanese war.
- Started in 1857 when muslims and Hindus in the Britain army became aware of the use of pork fat in arms, forcing them to go against their religion. The Sepoy sacked Delhi and ended the Mughal Empire
- Aficionado of antiquities or things of the past, collecting relics, deliberately growing inward and becoming cut off.
- Kangxi 1661-1722, big emperor who ruled when Louis the 14th did. He brought peace
Yongzheng: Kangxi's son, 1722-1735 his son is
Qianlong: 1735-1796, he created filial piety and gave up his powers so not to rule longer than his grandfather.
Jiaquing: ruled 1796-1820
Daognong: ruled 1820- 1850 during the opium war.
- Took place in Palashi, Bengal. it was a battle where 4400 British troops versus 50,000 Nawab troops. Britian won and pushed the French out of India to Vietnam. British won because they covered their gunpowder during a rain storm. Happened the same time as the 7 years war and French-Indian war
5 True/False Questions
The 2 Opium Wars → in 1842 there were 5 treaty ports
Shanghai was one of them, between 1845-1858 trade increased
in 1820 to 1830 more than 7 million more taels of silver left china
The silver to copper ratios were horrible
Filial Piety → Respect for parents and people
Zheng He → 7 voyages of technology, he had fleets contained 25000 people in very big vessels.
Zhu Yuan Zhang → Blind poet during this time, ruled in 1806
Nagasaki → A small part of Malaysia.