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Who is Hung Hsiu-Chuan?

Hung Hsiu-ch'√ľan (1814-1864) was a Chinese religious leader and founder of the Taiping sect. His beliefs led to the Taiping Rebellion.

Causes and effects of taiping rebellion?

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… Full Answer