Many Chinese citizens actually blamed the government for the problems that they faced. They reacted by starting riots and opposing the govt. Also they cut trades back.
Yes, many Chinese citizens did blame the government due to its weak power for not being able to protect its people. The Chinese did not appreciate Western culture as they found that their beliefs and religions contradicted with theirs. For example, nobody believed in Christianity until the Westerners brought it to the Oriental East. Missionaries would bribe Chinese people and trick them into coming to church and ultimately converting them. There were rumors about this like the church would gore out children's hearts and eat them. Of course such rumors were not true, this added the hatred and fear that the Chinese people felt towards the Westerners. In their fury, the Chinese indeed did cause riots and rebellions against Westerners and the government. All this chaos led to the notorious Boxer Rebellion, where peasants and many other common Chinese people, who practiced kung-fu and the westerners called it boxing (thus the name boxer), marched to the Forbidden City and storm the palace. The rebellion was disorganized, not professional, and rather weak. They succeeded in storming the palace and held it captive for so many days (need to check that). Eventually, the "Eight-Nation alliance" was called in to help (this included, Japan, Russia, UK, France, US, Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary) and to subside the chaos. The Boxers were under siege for 55 days but were acutally very easy to defeat due to their lack of knowledge in military tactics, weaponry, and basically skill. The boxers were composed of bandits and pirates that only knew kung-fu and belived that kung-fu would protect them from bullets and whatnot.
So all in all, the Chinese reacted rather bitterly towards Western Imperialism.
China was unable to keep out western imperialism because it had not _______.
Imperialism was resisted was through warfare and guerrilla tactics; natives would fight the invaders.
All of these are correct.
Both China and Japan thought that the Europeans were treating them like they were inferior.
what was the cause of imperialism in china
Western nations and Japan as well used imperialism to gain wealth and power. Japan concentrated in the area they new best, East Asia. Western Europeans focused on Africa and China. The US helped imperialism in China as well and occupied the Philippines.
England France Germany Russia Japan
b.economic imperialism in china led to war and political collapse
Japan conquered parts of China and much of the South Pacific under the guise of the Greater Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere.
European imperialism in China during the 19th Century hurt the Chinese economy and their governments. The people were exploited. Japan & the USA were also involved in using imperialism in China as well. Imperialism continued into the 20th century as well.
they fought back with there penis
Imperialism is a historical form, such as capitalism, which is a form of development of Chinese history, this form of imperialism appeared, the liberation of China has not
Wrestern Advantages and Resisting Imperialism
how did the western imperialism spread through Africa and Asia so quickly
if China did not learn new technology and and thinkings from western world, it would not survive as a civilization; people feared imperialism and colonialism would conquer their land.
The People's republic of China was formed
China presented itself to the imperial nations as a huge market for Western products. China's own wealth in minerals and porcelain were of value to both Europeans and Americans.
has imperialism had any effect on the development of counties today
sphere of influence :)