Correspondence respecting anti-foreign riots in China

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Statementpresented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, July 1891.
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LC ClassificationsDA47.9.C6 C67 1975
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL3863083M
LC Control Number81184255

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3 ()."Mode of access: Internet Publisher: London, printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office by Harrison and Sons, Year: OAI identifier: oai. Further correspondence respecting anti-foreign riots in China.

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Further Correspondence respecting the Valley of the Upper Nile (in Continuation of Egypt No. 2 ()). 11 Bourne, F. S., “Report of a journey in southwestern China,” China #1, (C. ), p. Bourne set out on his mission before the end of October. Because much of his memoranda was destroyed in the anti-foreign riots in Chungking inthe bulk of his report was not received in London until Mr.

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European leaders condemn China over 'deplorable' Hong Kong security bill Beijing move to stamp out anti-government protests poses diplomatic test for UK Published: AM. Anti-Western sentiment has been increasing in China since the early s, particularly amongst Chinese youth.

Notable incidents which have resulted in a significant anti-Western backlash have included the NATO bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, the demonstrations during the Olympic torch relay and alleged Western media bias, especially in relation to the March Tibet riots. Of the people who died in the riots, were "innocent civilians," the official Xinhua news agency reported.

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China - China - Riots and protests: On May 4,patriotic students in Beijing protested the decision at the Paris Peace Conference that Japan should retain defeated Germany’s rights and possessions in Shandong.

Many students were arrested in the rioting that followed. Waves of protest spread throughout the major cities of China.

Merchants closed their shops, banks suspended business, and. No title - paperwork reads - Anti-foreign riots make Shanghai an armed camp.

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Anti-foreign riots in China in Shanghai: North China Herald, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: "The miscellaneous articles, correspondence, etc. are all taken from the "North-China Daily News" and "North-China Herald" in June and July,where it is not otherwise stated."--Preface.

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Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust "The miscellaneous articles, correspondence, etc. are all taken from the "North. The death toll after riots in China's far western region of Xinjiang has risen from 27 to 35, state media say.

The rioters had attacked police stations with knives and set fire to police cars on. The anti-foreign riots in China in Printed Book Library/Archive School of Oriental and African Studies riot, anti-foreign feeling, correspondence, treatment of missionaries, hostilities, religion, Christianity, conflict, travel, violence.

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Wukan's movement in December was not as unusual as it might have seemed. China sawprotests, riots, and mass demonstrations in alone -- on average about every day -- a number that. Personally I haven't. But I don't live in areas with large concentrations of foreigners. A couple of years ago a foreign (British?) girl told me that she could feel the Chinese were much less welcoming or positive towards foreigners than when she.

A decade after deadly riots tore through his hometown, Kamilane Abudushalamu still vividly recalls the violence that left him an exile. On July 5,Abudushalamu was hiding with his father on the 10th floor of an office tower in Urumqi, the capital of China's Xinjiang region that is home to.

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On the upside, million people turned out on Sunday for the largest rally in weeks, massively. Interpreting Protest in Modern China Interpreting Protest in Modern China Maura Elizabeth Cunningham and Jeffrey Wasserstrom ▪ Winter When Americans on the Left—and in the Center and on the Right, for that matter—turn their attention to the issue of protest in contemporary China, they most often think back to the traumatic upheavals ofwhich began with inspiring student.

While the riots in Jakarta, Medan and Surakarta 16 years ago targeted Indonesians of Chinese descent, the uprising in Vietnam was aimed at the People' s Republic of China. For quite some time, China has been trying to undercut the foundation of American global power.

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A single letter from gives Lotta Hume's account of the Changsha riots of that year. The letters for the years to discuss family business and Edward H.

.Murderous outbreaks, rare in the past, have now become alarmingly frequent, so much so that the last year might be described as a year of anti-foreign riots. The past nine months have witnessed four such outbreaks, In four widely separated provinces, venting their fury pretty impartially on people of four nationalities and of all professions.