Map Showing Effects of Western Imperialism in China

This seminar will involve a study of varieties of imperialism in East Asia in modern times. These include Western imperialism in China, Qing imperialism in central Asia, Japanese imperialism in Korea and China, and American imperialism in the Philippines. Although a great deal of historical terrain and literature will be covered, the seminar is not intended to serve as a survey of the history of East Asian imperialism. Rather we will be reading a number of works that go into depth on topics related to these forms of imperialism. Special attention will be placed upon the sociology and culture of imperialism – the social groups spawned among both imperialists and their subject populations, and their beliefs and perceptions and also to the historiographical context for the books and films that we use. The seminar will make use of films and novels in addition to historical studies in the coverage of these topics.

I guess you're implying Western imperialism in China, hmm

A cartoon depicting the Emergence of Western Imperialism in China as a result of the Opium Wars.

19th Century Western Imperialism in China

The book explores Vladimir Mayakovsky's 1925 visit to New York City via Cuba and Mexico, during which he wrote Russian-language poetry in an "Afro-Cuban" voice; Langston Hughes's translations of these poems while in Moscow, which he visited to assist on a Soviet film about African American life; a futurist play condemning Western imperialism in China, which became Broadway's first major production to feature a predominantly Asian American cast; and efforts to imagine the Bolshevik Revolution as Jewish messianic arrest, followed by the slow political disenchantment of the New York Intellectuals. Through an absorbing collage of cross-ethnic encounters that also include Herbert Biberman, Sergei Eisenstein, Paul Robeson, and Vladimir Tatlin, this work remaps global modernism along minority and Soviet-centered lines, further advancing the avant-garde project of seeing the world anew.

“Map Showing Effects of Western Imperialism in China.” Map

In ill health and unable to stay with the guerrillas Agnes decided to leave China in 1941 and go back to the US. There she completed her new book 'Battle Hymn of China' in 1943. She spent many years lecturing and writing about China's plight and desperate need for medical aid and publicised to the American people the corruption of the KMT and western imperialism in China.

This is a picture from above looking down on the Bund, a sign of western imperialism in China.
Attempt a critical evaluation of Western imperialism in China during the period 1800-1914

Imperialism in Asia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The book explores Vladimir Mayakovsky's 1925 visit to New York City via Cuba and Mexico, during which he wrote Russian-language poetry in an "Afro-Cuban" voice; Langston Hughes's translations of these poems while in Moscow, which he visited to assist on a Soviet film about African American life; a futurist play condemning Western imperialism in China, which became Broadway's first major production to feature a predominantly Asian American cast; and efforts to imagine the Bolshevik Revolution as Jewish messianic arrest, followed by the slow political disenchantment of the New York Intellectuals. Through an absorbing collage of cross-ethnic encounters that also include Herbert Biberman, Sergei Eisenstein, Paul Robeson, and Vladimir Tatlin, this work remaps global modernism along minority and Soviet-centered lines, further advancing the avant-garde project of seeing the world anew.

Structure: Day One: Powerpoint presentation over western Imperialism in China with Q&A

SparkNotes: Europe 1871-1914: Imperialism in Asia (1830-1900)

At the beginning of this inquiry into John Shillaber's observations on the U.S. role in China just before the mid-nineteenth century, we asked whether or not American policy was more derivative of British policy and opinion than of independent American initiative. And we also asked whether or not it was really possible to implement the unique American China policy that Shillaber desired without becoming more like the British. We now have some answers to these queries. First, because the United States at most played a supporting role in the British-led saga of Western imperialism in China, there was not much room for an independent "American" stance. And second, this role was primarily an economic and missionary one, and inevitably the Chinese viewed Americans as more or less like the British, no matter how the Americans visualized themselves.

history of Western imperialism in China has been represented and, subsequently, manipulated

Imperialism in China: - USF College of Education

However, the KMT under Chiang did have some very important achievements. First, he united *most of China during the Northern Expedition, bringing peace to the nation for the first time in decades. Second, the Kuomintang resisted Japan reasonably well considering how backwards and pre industrial China was for the most part. Also, they did this almost no help* (The US won WWII for China but the story of massive aid is a myth). Certainly, Nationalist China didn't pull out all the stops and bring the ultimate total war the way only the USSR did, but at least it didn't roll over and die how it was expected to. Finally, the KMT succeeded for the most part in ending Western imperialism in China.** Most of the UK and USA's concessions were returned to China before or during WWII while France was bullied into ending their imperialism in 1946 in exchange for removing Nationalist troops from Indochina. And of course, all Japanese colonies were returned.