5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who became emperor of Japan in Jan. of 1868?
- Why did the U.S. declare war on Spain?
- What did the outcome of the Boxer Rebellion force China to do?
- What did the Treaty of Portsmouth do?
- What lands did the U.S. get as a result of the war?
- a Because the Spanish were imprisoning the Cubans in concentration camps but really the US had businesses in Cuba.
- b China was forced to pay reparations and allow foreign powers to station troops in Beijing and other cities.
- c Mutsuhito
- d It forced Russia to stay out of Korea and Manchuria.
- e Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines
5 Multiple choice questions
- He arrived in Tokyo and aimed its guns on the capital of Tokyo to open relations trading.
- The British attacked the Grad Canal by going up the Yangtze River which called Chinese gov't to surrender.
5 True/False questions
What did he call for? → He called for the destruction of the Qing Dynasty, the abolition of private property, the creation of communal wealth to be shared, the prohibition of foot binding, free public education, and literacy for everyone.
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 was Colombia's response to this? How did the U.S. respond to Colombia's response? → 475 million people
What did the Japanese gov't copy from the U.S. and Europe? → G.B's navy, Germany's army and US's power of universal education
What was the slogan of the movement? → Chinese learning at the base, Western learning for use.