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A Study of Religious Events during the End of Qing Dynasty in Eastern Zhejiang

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106405, PP. 1-13

Subject Areas: History

Keywords: End of Qing Dynasty, Eastern Zhejiang, Religious Event

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Religious event is an important chapter and the longest mass movement and historical event in China’s modern history. As one of the earliest open ports, Eastern Zhejiang was a region where western missionaries were in a high frequency and so as the religious events. Dinghai, which had been fallen for twice and occupied for six times, was especially such a place where religious events appeared. People of Zhenhai, Taizhou and Ninghai also launched lots of religious events, constantly giving more than their share of punishment. This paper will sort out and analyse the most important religious events during the end of Qing Dynasty in Eastern Zhejiang. We hope to make a clear understanding of the religious events happened in Eastern Zhejiang.

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Xia, X. (2020). A Study of Religious Events during the End of Qing Dynasty in Eastern Zhejiang. Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6405. doi:


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