European Imperialism has greatly affected many nations and areas of the world. The whole continents of South America and Africa were colonized, and the effects of this colonization is still here today. European Imperialism fundamentallu altered the Chinese civilization by replacing the monarchy, and introducing the Chinese people to new technologies. Replacement of Dynastic MonarchyImage result for taiping rebellion European Imperialism encouraged the replacement of the thousands of years old dynastic monarchy in China.
Imperialism has affected the world in various ways. Imperialism has many benefits that we still use today. The world wouldn't be as advanced today if it weren't for spread of technology, healthcare, and language. One example is that health care got deadly diseases under control. With language spread, more cultures were influenced.
colonies that allowed for the rapid growth and modernization that the economywould experience between 1680 and 1770 — expansion, extension, andspecialization. Merchants expanded in number faster than any other profession, andwere not limited to the emerging metropolises such as Philadelphia or New York. Merchants could be found even in the rural countryside — whether as permanent shopkeepers or making visits to sell their merchandise. Merchants also focused onspecialized industries, such as dry goods and cloth/sewing materials in order tomake a profit and gain a competitive edge. Another aspect that arose through theshift towards a modern economy was the inequality it created.
Imperialism In the 19th and 20th centuries, various powerful nations sent colonizers to dominate weaker nations and expand their influence. This domination is called imperialism, which is still practiced today in moderation. Among the many countries shaped by imperialism were India and China. These two large countries were both colonized by the British who were one of the greatest imperialistic powers at that time.
European nations had a negative impact on China. European nations colonized parts of China. Rebellions were started in order to fight against European imperialism. Many nations gathered or came to China in order to gain or acquire something.
Southernization impacted the Tang and Song dynasties politically, economically, and their technological advancements. During the Song period, the Chinese advanced their mathematics, established cotton and indigo. The Song era was also when the first cotton canvas was created and used to make more efficient sails for ships. The Chinese also took advantage of the mountain slopes and irrigation systems. The most important crop that became the main source of dos was Champ rice.
During this time period china was basically falling apart. The Chinese’s way how government had no set way, and was constantly being oppressed by foreign influence. Every part of their government was flawed. They began all these programs and laws in efforts to improve their country, but they soon abolished it all. They were sending children away to study in foreign nations.
The system of feudalism weakened the Zhou Dynasty (1123?-256 BCE) and lead to the Warring States period because the system gave too much power to the nobles, causing them to become more powerful than the king and eventually have the potential to take over ruling. Feudalism is defined as a political system in which nobles are granted the use of land that legally belong to their king, in exchange for their loyalty, military service, and protection for the people who live on the land. According to the Zhou King Chao advisor Ying-hou in the 2nd century BCE, “A hundred men scrambling to fetch a gourd by cart will accomplish less than one man holding it in his hand and walking purposefully.” This relates to the negative impact feudalism had because
Imperialism began in the 1700s- 1800s in Great Britain. Imperialism is the policy of extending one country’s rule over many other lands and gave even more power and wealth to these already wealthy nations. Industrial revolution refers to great increase output of machine- made goods that began in England in the mid- 1700s. The industrial revolution impact imperialism to some extent, by the Europeans wanting more natural resources and wealth, conquering land for power, and new
From 1500 to 1914, empires began forming all throughout the Eastern and Western hemispheres, all competing for world power, whether it be the economic, land power, or cultural influence. Like many of these empires, the nations of Europe were big advocates of imperialism and world power. The continuity of their use of “European Racism,” and advancement of technology helped them achieve their great power throughout the centuries. While their adaptation of political administration throughout the centuries helped them take over and operate under large native lands, while still having efficient rule. Overall, the continuities and changes in imperial enterprises from 1500 to 1914 led to more advanced and efficient rule among most modern empires.
The Mughal and Manchu/Qing empires were formed during the 16th century and became two of the largest, economically successful, and most powerful dynasties in Asia for over two hundred years. “In each empire, hereditary emperors ruled over multi-ethnic and multi-religious states. As the result of conquest, ethnic minorities ruled both the Qing Dynasty in China and Mughal Empire in India”. These empires thrived and expanded over the years due to their effective leadership and implicit understanding of the inherent problems of minority rule. The Mughal Empire in India was created by Muslims from Central Asia who maintained control over a population consisting primarily of Hindus and the Manchu or Qing Dynasty consisted of a small number of Manchurians ruling a vast population of Han Chinese.
Words can’t describe the amazing impact of the imperialism in China. The economy increased dramatically! After the Open Door Policy, China could trade with other nations. With the economic development modern ways were brought to ancient society including weapons, manufactures and trading in China. The Chinese people had given up ways of life to the people ruling them.