Ch'ing dynasty

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  • noun

Synonyms for Ch'ing dynasty

the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries

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Perhaps the turn away from landscape in the work of the most innovative Yangchow painters had to do with developments in this genre during the early Ch'ing dynasty, in particular in the work of Tao-chi (more properly called Yuan-chi or Shih-t'ao).
Echoing the ideas of noted historian Andrew Nathan, Berman contends that Liang's journals were a significant catalyst in the reforms that ultimately brought down the Ch'ing Dynasty in 1911.
1709) and Shih Ting-an (1710-70), the two "national experts" (kuo-shou) of the Ch'ing dynasty (1644-1911), were likened stylistically to two great T'ang poets: "Hsi-p'ing is wonderful and lofty, like the divine dragon shifting shape - its head and tail are indistinguishable.
Chu Wei-tseng (Shanghai: Shanghai jen-min, 1983), 322-37; Ho Yu-sen, "Ch'ing-tai Han-Sung chih cheng p'ing-i," Wen-shih-che hsueh-pao 27 (1978): 97-113; Liang Ch'i-ch'ao, Intellectual Trends in the Ch'ing Dynasty, trans.
But as Europe entered the Enlightenment, the Chinese began the long decline culminating in the last Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1912).
He covers the Ch'ing dynasty and inflation; the Beiyang government, local warlords, and inflation; three examples of inflation in the areas controlled by Japanese-backed puppet regimes, and the national government and inflation.
Renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties, historians maintain Cleopatra slept in a gold mask every night to keep her skin looking youthful, and the queen of the Ch'ing dynasty used a gold massage roller on her face every day.
IT'S one of the fastest growing literary genres with a legion of readers who love imagining themselves shunning society to run off with a handsome slave or braving misogyny as the female ruler of the Ch'ing Dynasty.
Ch'ien is generally known best for his having served briefly in the administration of the Manchu Ch'ing dynasty, having previously been an official of the Ming, which the Ch'ing had replaced.
Gold was also regarded as the key to youth in ancient Chinese medicine, as the queen of the Ch'ing dynasty used a gold massage roller on her face every day.