Ch'ing dynasty


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Noun1.Ch'ing dynasty - the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionariesCh'ing dynasty - the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries; during the Qing dynasty China was ruled by the Manchu
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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He covers the Ch'ing dynasty and inflation; the Beiyang government, local warlords, and inflation; three examples of inflation in the areas controlled by Japanese-backed puppet regimes, and the national government and inflation.
But as Europe entered the Enlightenment, the Chinese began the long decline culminating in the last Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1912).
Renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties, historians maintain Cleopatra slept in a gold mask every night to keep her skin looking youthful, and the queen of the Ch'ing dynasty used a gold massage roller on her face every day.
From the Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BCE) and Ch'ou Dynasty (1111-255 BCE) to Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1912), China has had an immense religious diversity.
Incense and Moonlight" (Kan Ju Yu, Ch'ing Dynasty, 1640-1911).
IT'S one of the fastest growing literary genres with a legion of readers who love imagining themselves shunning society to run off with a handsome slave or braving misogyny as the female ruler of the Ch'ing Dynasty.
Ch'ien is generally known best for his having served briefly in the administration of the Manchu Ch'ing dynasty, having previously been an official of the Ming, which the Ch'ing had replaced.
Gold was also regarded as the key to youth in ancient Chinese medicine, as the queen of the Ch'ing dynasty used a gold massage roller on her face every day.
An ongoing 3-year project, named Home Room, recreates historic eras in Asian culture by furnishing one of the AAWAA's two galleries with typical furniture and artifacts of Chinese daily life at the end of the Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD).
13 that Wang's family, although Catholics for 12 generations, was related to the Manchu emperors of the Ch'ing Dynasty, who ruled China from 1644 until 1911.
Sun said the characters reflect the beauty of China's landscape during the Ch'ing dynasty.
As the models for Korean reform are found in Chinese history, Palais starts with a study of Chinese examples, providing an excellent summary of salient reform attempts from classical China to the Ch'ing dynasty.