Republican Revolution of 1911–1912 (Xīnhài Gémìng 辛亥革命)|Xīnhài Gémìng 辛亥革命 (Republican Revolution of 1911–1912)

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David L. KENLEY Sun Yat-sen’s revolution, beginning with an uprising in October 1911 and officially bringing down the Qing dynasty

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Opium War, First (Dì-Yī Cì Yāpiàn Zhànzhēng 第一次鸦片战争)|Dì-Yī Cì Yāpiàn Zhànzhēng 第一次鸦片战争 (Opium War, First)

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Alan BAUMLER This scene of an opium den in California is not dissimilar from scenes of opium dens in China

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Ming Maritime Expeditions (Míng Cháo hánghǎi huódòng 明朝航海活动)|Míng Cháo hánghǎi huódòng 明朝航海活动 (Ming Maritime Expeditions)

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Thomas P. DOLAN The Ming Maritime Expeditions of the early fifteenth century, led by the court eunuch Zheng He, were

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Tiananmen Square (Tiān’ānmén Guǎngchǎng 天安门广场)|Tiān’ānmén Guǎngchǎng 天安门广场 (Tiananmen Square)

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Anthony Alexander LOH Soldiers stand before the southern Gate of Tiananmen Square, early in the morning. Each morning, tourists from

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Opium War, Second (Dì-èr Cì Yāpiàn Zhànzhēng 第二次鸦片战争)|Dì-èr Cì Yāpiàn Zhànzhēng 第二次鸦片战争 (Opium War, Second)

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Joyce A. MADANCY During the 1856 war, Chinese set fire to foreign factories. The British retaliated by burning Chinese houses.

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