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The Boxer Rebellion displaced and killed many Chinese citizens, and fatally weakened the Qing Dynasty, allowing China's transition to a republic in 1912. The Boxer Rebellion, also called the Boxer Uprising, started in 19... More »

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The Boxer Rebellion occurred when a conservative nationalist government took power in China in 1898 and prompted the Boxers, a secret society with anti-Christian sentiments, to rebel against the presence of Westerners in... More »

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The Boxer Rebellion in China, which was ultimately suppressed by the Eight-Nation Alliance of foreign powers in 1901, severely weakened the Qing Dynasty and its defense capabilities, forced the Chinese to accept the garr... More »

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The Boxer Rebellion in China, which was ultimately suppressed by the Eight-Nation Alliance of foreign powers in 1901, severely weakened the Qing Dynasty and its defense capabilities, forced the Chinese to accept the garr... More »

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In the United States, the People's Republic of China maintains one embassy and five consulates to serve the needs of Chinese citizens in the United States and to arrange travel documents for Americans traveling to China.... More »

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