Flashcards in Chapter 25 Deck (26):
had isolated Japan.
1853- sailed into Tokyo Bay carrying a letter (demand) from Pre. Fillmore for Japan to open its borders for trade.
Commodore Matthew Perry
Ended the special privileges of the Samurai and extended the _ to all subjects
"rich country, a strong military"
Ended the special privileges of the Samurai and extended the military to all subjects
Common culture and language
The first time in modern history that an Asian power had humbled an European nation.
Russo Japanese War
Who lost the Russo Japanese War?
Korea is a tributary state to
China -independent but recognizes the supremacy of a stronger state
independent but recognizes the supremacy of a stronger state
had isolated Japan.
1853- Commodore Matthew Perry sailed into _ carrying a letter (demand) from Pre. Fillmore for Japan to open its borders for trade.
held highest rank but had no political power.
Tokugawa Shoguns had isolated _.
_ - Japan wins easily because of its modernization
Gained ports in China
Took over Taiwan
First Sino-Japanese War
Koreans massacred after staging a non- violent protest against the rule of Japan
The march First Movement
Missionary to India who became known as the "father of modern missions"
A medical missionary and explorer to Africa
A Scottish missionary to Nigeria who promoted women's rights and fought against the killing of twins
Started missions work in Japan but became a missionary to India where she opened an orphanage
Missionary to China who was known for being very sensitive about the culture of the people; even dressing like them.
A great American evangelist who significantly influenced the cause of cross-culture missions after meeting Hudson Taylor
Describe the effects of modernization on Japan
Strong sense of identity- first time Asian power humbled a European one. Russo Japanese war.
They had a homogeneous society- Common culture and language
First Sino-Japanese War - Japan wins easily because of its modernization Gained ports in China Took over Taiwan
Their Emperor held highest rank but had no political power.