5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is a corollary?
- Who became emperor of Japan in Jan. of 1868?
- When did the canal officially open?
- How did the Japanese treat the Koreans? Give specific examples.
- What led to the Sino-Japanese war? Who won? What effect did this have?
- a The Japanese were harsh rulers, they shut down Korean newspapers, took over schools, replaced the study of Korean language and history with Japanese subjects, took away land from Koreans and gave it to Japanese settlers and forbade Koreans from starting businesses.
- b China broke the hands-off policy by sending troops to Korea. Janpan won and drove the Chinese out of Korea, destroyed the Chinese navy and gained colonies in Manchuria, Taiwan, and Pescadores Islands.
- c Mutsuhito
- d 1914
- e extension
5 Multiple choice questions
- 475 million people
- It was used as a pain killer and it came from poppy seeds.
- Germany, France, G.B., Japan and Russia
- they dislikes the widespread of gov't officials and the concentration of land in the hands of wealth elites plagued china
- Japan sent advisors who took away power from the Korean gov't, disbanded Korea's army, and brought Korea under direct Japanese control by annexing it.
5 True/False questions
Who started the Taiping Rebellion? → Nanjing
What did the Treaty of Nanjing do? → It forced Russia to stay out of Korea and Manchuria.
How did the Taiping Rebellion end? How many Chinese people were killed? → With help from the European powers, Chinese gov't put down the rebellion when Hong Xiuqum committed suicide and the rest of the Taipings were masqueraded by the end of the year. 30 million people were killed
Who did the Chinese gov't appoint to destroy the opium trade? How many chests did he destroy? What was Britain's response? → Lin Zexu destroyed 20,000 chests which caused the Opium War. The British was winning with its advanced navy and military with attacks but the Chinese didn't sue for peace.
How did Empress Cixi go against the movement? → The built modern shipyards, railroads, weapons industries, steel foundries, and opened science academies.