Which of these events was a widespread peasant uprising that lasted 14 years Taiping Rebellion Boxer Rebellion or Chinese Civil War?
The Taiping Rebellion led to the deaths of millions of Chinese so that, in and of itself, is a huge effect. However, its more lasting effect was to further weaken the Chinese imperial.
It was the Taiping Rebellion. 太平天囯 "Kingdom of Heavenly Peace"
The word "Taiping" is of Chinese origin. In that language it refers to "peace". It is mostly often associated with the Taiping Rebellion but is also found as the name of an island that is Taiping Island, or Taiping city in Taiwan, Taiping town in Malaysia. The Taiping rebellion that took place over a period of fifteen years in China was started or instigated by Hong and Yang Xiuquan. They were Christian mystics, one of… Read More
Taiping Rebellion Rebellion against the Qing Dynasty. The Taiping rebellion which lasted from 1850 to 1864 was probably the most devasting PEASANT REVOLT in history
Hung Hsiu-ch'üan (1814-1864) was a Chinese religious leader and founder of the Taiping sect. His beliefs led to the Taiping Rebellion.
Failure of the Chinese government to deal with pressing internal economic problems.
Which of the following describes a major difference between the Taiping Rebellion and the Boxer Rebellion?
The Taiping Rebellion targeted the Qing dynasty, while the Boxer Rebellion supported it.
The fall of the city of Shanghai ended the Taiping Rebellion. This event happened in August of 1860.
Why did foreign nations such as Britain and France helped the Chinese government during the Taiping Rebellion?
They did not want China to become unstable.
Chin a fought back during the Taiping Rebellion and Boxer Rebellion to rid there country of foreigners. The Chinese gained a sense of nationalism during these rebellions.
The Taiping Rebellion occurred in China from 1850 to 1864. It was led by Feng Yunshan and Wei Changhu, leaders of the rebel army.
There were religious, nationalist, social, and economic causes of the Taiping Rebellion. Taiping viewed Confusionists as devils. Ninety percent of the population of China was Han and angry with minority rule. Corrupt officials and a weak army added to the cause of the rebellion. Some of the effects of the Taiping Rebellion was a death toll of over 30 million, drained the government of money and left China vulnerable.
It occurred in 1850- 1864.
The Chinese government was corrupt and denied government positions to those who couldn't bribe state examiners. Hong Xiuquan, the leader of the Taiping Rebellion, was one of these people that were denied government jobs. He was influenced by Christian missionaries because of the privileges they received from the Treaty of Nanjing. Taiping means "great peace" and Hong wanted to make China so that everyone would share it's wealth and no one would live and suffer… Read More
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The Taiping Rebellion was led by Hong Xiuquan, a disappointed civil service examinee, who believed he was the brother of Jesus Christ.It was a civil war so it was against china..... it was the bloodiest civil war ever
the effect was that about 20 million people died because of the 14 year struggle that was caused by the rebellion
It lasted from 1850 to 1864 (14 years).
Tsar, technology, Taiping Rebellion
Each made it difficult for the Qing dynasty to resist European economic interference.
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There is a town in Malaysia of that name. Then there was the 'Taiping Rebellion' in southern China 1850-64 with the rebel movement known as 'The Heavenly Kingdom of Great Peace'.
Misgovernment and corruption, over-taxation and landlordism in rural districts
China became weak and an easy target for other countries.
It called for banning alcohol and tobacco. It was led by Hong Xiuquan.
China became weak and an easy target of other countries.
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Both weakened China's government, making it difficult to resist foreign demands.
The Taiping Rebellion was a huge civil wars that is known as the worldâ??s bloodiest war. It is estimated 20 million people died during the war. It was led by Hong Xiuquan who believed he was Jesusâ?? younger brother against the Qing Dynasty. He established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom which did away with Confucianism and Buddhism and replaced them with their form of Christianity.
Mid 1800s China's population reached 430 million, the country suffered severe unemployment, poverty and famine. In1850, the Taiping Rebellion erupted in China, this insurrection causes suffering that thousands of Chinese left for the United States.
Internal Problems that China faced prior to the Taiping Rebellion were that the population was increasing very rapidly while the food production barely increased. Therefore this created hunger across China for many years.
The rebellion weakened China and made it an easy prey for colonization.
They were attempts to rid China of the increased number of foreigners that were taking over the lands of China.
Chinese Immigration Act or the Taiping Act
They were both peaceful protests and they were both put down by the government. Many protestors were killed in both rebellions.
What did the Taiping Rebellion have in common with the rebellions of Muslim people in the southwest and northwest of China?
It was based on religious motivations.
Although the Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864) was put down by the Chinese government, the main result was horrific losses of some twenty million dead. The Taiping Rebellion was the most devastating event suffered by China in the 19th Century. It was lead by one man, Hong Xiuquan, said to have been born in the south of China. In 1847 Hong failed the imperial examinations for the third time and is said to have been delirious for… Read More
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IT was to throw the past away according to china's ruler. > See related link below .
the serious natural disasters between 1846 to 1850. the rule of the feudal is corrupt and incompetent .
Xieshanjushi has written: 'Yue fen ji shi' -- subject(s): Taiping Rebellion, 1850-1864
The Taiping Rebellion was led by Hong Xiuquan, a disappointed civil service examinee, who believed he was the brother of Jesus Christ. Hong claimed God told him to rid the world of demons and create a heavenly kingdom on earth. Many Chinese were unhappy with the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) and were eager to follow Hong. The Qing Dynasty was facing economic troubles and had recently lost the first Opium War (1839-1842). Hong's message came at… Read More
The Taiping Rebellion -(1850-64), radical political and religious upheaval during the latter part of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911/12). Hong Xiaquan declared a new dynasty, with himself as a heavenly king (as Jesus' younger brother) in 1851. The Qing dynasty never regained full power and both the Chinese Communists and Nationalists see themselves as descendants of this movement. The Boxer Rebellion - against imperialism and Christian influences towards the end of the Qing Dynasty between 1899… Read More