Revolution in treaty ports : Fujian's revolutionary movement in the late Qing period : 1895 - 1911
Fujian, a coastal province in the southern part of China, has historically been famous for the overseas emigration of its people and maritime trade with the subsequent emergence of well known ports including Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Zhangzhou and Xiamen. Among these ports, Fuzhou and Xiamen were particularly significant in that their being opened as treaty ports after the Opium Wars had resulted in the penetration of Western culture which was followed by the gradual modernization of the...[Show more]
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