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This man was a scholar and priest who was a missionary to China. He was able to impress the Chinese court by his Renaissance knowledge, but only after adopting their language and dress.
This was the name of the people that invaded Ming China from the Northeast in the early 1600's. They eventually conquered the Ming capitol of Beijing.
Name of the empire that ruled China for 260 years beginning in 1644. The people who established this dynasty were from Manchuria.
This was the name of the emperor of the Qing Dynasty who oversaw the expansion of China to its greatest size and a huge population boom.
This is the nickname given to the country of Korea because of their isolationist attitude.
These are strong warrior chieftains who struggled for power in feudal Japan.
This was the title given to the strongest daimyo who forced all other daimyo under his control.
This was the name of the dynasty who ruled Japan as shoguns from the 1500's to late 1800's.
This man was a British diplomat who offended the Qing emperor with his trade items and rude behavior.
This was a town in Japan that the shogun left open to trade with the Dutch.
This was a port city that the Chinese opened to limited foreign trade in the Ming Dynasty period. It is in modern day Guangzhou.
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