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Li Shixian - Victories - Army Group Jiangnan
... Army Group Jiangnan (江南大營) of the Qing empire had encircled the Taiping capital of Nanjing twice, laying siege in an attempt to end the war ... The second siege consisted of nearly 200,000 Qing soldiers by March 1858, but they were routed when Li Shixian's Taiping force broke out of the capital in May 1860 ... With the Qing routed, Li Shixian was able to occupy all of the rich Zhejiang Province ...
Chuang Guandong - Historical Background
... the reign of the Kangxi Emperor, the Qing government further decreed a prohibition of other people getting into this area of their origin ... The sparse population of the Qing Empire's northeastern borderlands facilitated the annexation of the so-called "Outer Manchuria" (the regions north of ... In response, the Qing officials such as Tepuqin (特普欽), the Military Governor (jiangjun) of Heilongjiang in 1859-1867, made proposals (1860) to open parts of Guandong for Chinese farmer settlers in order ...
Lavender (TV Series) - Plot
... Ji Qing Chuan and Liang Yi Xun were best friends since childhood ... When Qing Chuan's family decided to migrate to the United States, Qing Chuan gave Yi Xun a bottle with lavender seeds ... After ten years, Qing Chuan fulfilled his promise and returned to Taiwan as the now popular singer, Leo ...
Anti-Qing Sentiment
... Anti-Qing sentiment (Chinese 反清, fǎn Qing) refers to a sentiment principally held in China against the Manchu ruling during Qing Dynasty (1644–1912), which was often resented for being foreign and ... The Qing was accused of destroying traditional Chinese culture by banning traditional Chinese clothes (the hanfu) and forcing Chinese to wear their hair in a queue in the Manchu style ... In the broadest sense, an anti-Qing activist was anyone who engaged in anti-Manchu direct action ...
Sava Vladislavich - Treaty of Kiakhta
... to negotiate a new treaty with the Qing Empire ... The extended and fractious negotiations with the Qing Emperor and his officials resulted in the Treaty of Burya, which adopted the doctrine of Uti Possidetis Juris for delimiting ... reform and left a detailed description of the Qing Empire ...

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    There cannot be peaceful coexistence in the ideological realm. Peaceful coexistence corrupts.
    —Jiang Qing (1914–1991)