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Synonyms for Qing dynasty

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

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Japan's victory four months later in the Sino-Japanese War obliged the Ching Dynasty in the Treaty of Shimonoseki to cede Taiwan, whereupon the Diaoyutai Islands, called Senkaku Islands by Japan, were placed under Okinawa's administrative jurisdiction.
Shau Aborigines paid taxes to the Ching Dynasty early in 1697, which was rare compared to other aborigines in Taiwan.
These authors noted that the Shau community was on a mountain in a lake with inconvenient transportation, and was rich enough to pay taxes to the Ching Dynasty.
You simply can't miss going to the Chi Hou Lighthouse, dating back to the Ching Dynasty.
One of the most amazing pieces is the "Carved Olive-stone Boat" from the Ching Dynasty.
However, unlike the Ching Dynasty, which passed into the pages of history, NTT is intent on building an even mightier empire.
Also known as Hsiao Chin or Hsien Huang-huo, the woman who, upon the death of her husband, Emperor Hsien Feng, was given the tide Tzu Hsi, or "kind and virtuous," was born into the Yehonala clan of Manchu Bannermen, descendants of the horseback warriors who conquered China and founded the Ching dynasty in 1644.
Not merely in the Communist period but reaching back through the Republic and into the Ching dynasty (1644-1911) and beyond: into the first dynasty, the Qin, whose founding emperor's death was disguised, it is said, under a cartload of stinking fish because no one could face the succession problem.
His portrait of the extended family reflects a faithful image of upper-class life in the early Ching dynasty (1644-1911/12), while the variety of individual character portraits reveals a psychological depth not previously approached in Chinese literature.
The most remarkable scholar-official-soldier of nineteenth-century China; Tseng was noted for his dedication, integrity, and hard work, all qualities which stood him in excellent stead during the long campaigns against the Taipings; since he was a conservative by inclination, his efforts at modernization were too limited to enjoy any long-term success; although his Hunan army saved the Ching dynasty, it also ironically led the way for the local warlord armies of the period 1890-1930.
Set during the Ching dynasty in early 19th century China, it's the story of an aristocrat's daughter who disguises herself as a subversive outlaw at night and employs an impressive array of martial arts skills.
Tall and energetic, Wu was intelligent and well-read; a forceful field commander, he was also known for his ruthless ambition and icy self-control; his famous Revolt of the Three Feudatories came close to overthrowing the newly established Ching dynasty.
It was developed by Royal Herbalists more than one hundred years ago after decades of research and has been used by the Royal families of the Ching Dynasty.
The dominant figure of the last two decades of the Ching dynasty, Yuan was a capable soldier and an able, resourceful, and clever politician; he was also ruthless, ambitious, and almost entirely unprincipled.