5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What did the Treaty of Kanagawa do? (4 things)
- What did the outcome of the Boxer Rebellion force China to do?
- What were the Hundred Days Reforms? (7 main things)
- How many Chinese ports were under foreign control by 1900?
- What did Matthew Perry do in 1853?
- a He arrived in Tokyo and aimed its guns on the capital of Tokyo to open relations trading.
- b 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.
- c Granted US trading rights, opened ports, granted foreigners extraterritoriality and Japan lost all rights to place tariffs on goods.
- d 90 ports
- e China was forced to pay reparations and allow foreign powers to station troops in Beijing and other cities.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Gave the US the right to be an international police power in the Western Hemisphere.
- Offered Colombia, which opened panama, $ 10 million upfront and an annual payment for the right to build a canal in Panama.
- It was used as a pain killer and it came from poppy seeds.
- Britain, Netherlands, and Russia
- Germany, France, G.B., Japan and Russia
5 True/False questions
What did the Treaty of Portsmouth do? → It forced Russia to stay out of Korea and Manchuria.
How did China modernize during this movement? → The built modern shipyards, railroads, weapons industries, steel foundries, and opened science academies.
What led to the Russo-Japanese war? Who won? → Because the Spanish were imprisoning the Cubans in concentration camps but really the US had businesses in Cuba.
When did the canal officially open? → Forced China to give Hong Kong to Britain and grant extraterritoriality to British and U.S. citizens.
Who won the civil war in Japan? How did they do this? → Tokugawa opponents won due to the use of militia units trained by foreign experts and armed with imported weapons.