5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How did China modernize during this movement?
- Why were Chinese peasants angry?
- What is extraterritoriality?
- What was Colombia's response to this? How did the U.S. respond to Colombia's response?
- What did Fukuzawa Yukichi write about?
- a The built modern shipyards, railroads, weapons industries, steel foundries, and opened science academies.
- b It was where foreigners were not subject to Chinese laws.
- c they dislikes the widespread of gov't officials and the concentration of land in the hands of wealth elites plagued china
- d 1. Colombia demanded more money. The US encouraged Panama to revolt against Colombia.
- e Benefits of a constitutional gov't, justice system and a modern educational system
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- Malaria, Yellow Fever, Bubonic Plague, and Extreme Heat
- Granted US trading rights, opened ports, granted foreigners extraterritoriality and Japan lost all rights to place tariffs on goods.
- 10 mile wide zone to build the canal
- Declared independence from Spain then fought a 10 year war and lost.
5 True/False questions
Who started the Taiping Rebellion? → Nanjing
What was the slogan of the movement? → Chinese learning at the base, Western learning for use.
What were the Hundred Days Reforms? (7 main things) → Emperor Gangxu launched a sweeping program to transform China into a constitutional monarchy, guarantee civil liberties, root out corruption, remodel the education system, encourage foreign influence in China, modernize the military, and stimulate economic reforms.
What did Japan do to Korea in 1905? → 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.
What power did the Chinese gov't give local leaders during the Self-Strengthening movement? → G.B's navy, Germany's army and US's power of universal education