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Synonyms for Qing

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

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We are proud to be associated with the Nanjing Qing Ao project," says William B.
Changsan shuyu is a first-class courtesan house in the late Qing Shanghai pleasure quarter.
Mosca on the basis of large amount of data in Chinese language studies the later Qing Empire's attempt to tackle the "hat wearers" who were encroaching on the margins of the "heavenly" Middle Kingdom.
At the beginning of the novel, Ximen Qing is a young, good-looking, virile, and imperious merchant in Qinghe of Shandong Province, a town with lively commercial activities in northern China.
The fourth chapter investigates Lin's (and Wei Yi's) translations of two Charles Dickens novels; it demonstrates the limits of cultural adaptation Lin encountered as he strove to re-create the verisimilitude in Dickens's work in the context of late Qing China.
IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY, BOTH THE QING EMPIRE (CHINA) and the Chosen kingdom (Korea) exchanged one comforting fiction, the so-called tribute system, for another comforting fiction, the Westphalian system of modern international relations.
The book is replete with stories of how natural phenomena, such as typhoons and storms, affected and helped determine military outcomes, as in Koxinga's first campaign, in 1658, to take Nanjing from the Manchu Qing.
The manufacturing process and the decorative patterns of the ceramic wares of the Qing Dynasty have reached a high level, especially of those produced during the Kangxi, Yongzheng and Qianlong Reign.
Ten case studies examine the contexts and meanings of histories produced from the late Qing dynasty to the Republican era and the influence of these histories in shaping the Chinese collective memory.
The stolen items are Qing Dynasty Chinese pieces which were in the museum's Malcolm MacDonald Gallery.
The history of Shanxi businessmen ranges from the Ming to the Qing Dynasty, reaching its peak during the Qing Dynasty, when Shanxi businessmen got fruitful achievements in China and had a good reputation in Europe and Asia.
A grand launch ceremony for the new edition of Qing Chixiu Tripitaka, organized by Beijing Bohua Wensheng Culture and Arts in cooperation with Beijing Equity Exchange and the National Library of China Publishing House, was held at the conference hall of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) on September 22, 2011.
The He Lan Qing Xue winery in Northern China has to battle against the odds to make its wine.
Experts dated it to the Qing dynasty, between 1821 to 1850, and said it may have been worth EUR275,000 had it not been crudely re-styled.