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Shortly after arriving in China, Portuguese Jesuits did all of the following except a. revise the Chinese calendar. c. gain economic, political, and spiritual power. b. rise to official
positions. d. denounce Confucianism as anti-Christian.
Shortly after arriving in China, Portuguese Jesuits did all of the following except - - d. denounce Confucianism as anti-Christian.
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User: Shortly after arriving in China, Portuguese Jesuits did all of the following except a. revise the Chinese calendar. c. gain economic, political, and spiritual power. b. rise to official positions. d. denounce Confucianism as anti-Christian.

Weegy: Shortly after arriving in China, Portuguese Jesuits did all of the following except - - d. denounce Confucianism as anti-Christian.
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User: All of the following were results of the Treaty of Nanjing EXCEPT: a. the end the First Opium War b. China was forced to pay huge indemnities c. Britain gained control of Hong Kong d. the start of free trade within China

Weegy: All of the following were results of the Treaty of Nanjing EXCEPT: a. the end the First Opium War.
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User: Japan forced out Portuguese traders because Japan a. feared Portuguese alliance with Spain. b. disapproved of Portuguese use of slavery. c. feared Christian influence. d. could not reach a trade agreement with the Portuguese.

Weegy: Japan forced out Portuguese traders because Japan, the answer is, c. feared Christian influence.
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User: The Taiping Rebellion was based on a. mercantilist theory. c. Buddhist thought. b. Descartes’s teachings. d. Christian teachings.

Weegy: The Taiping Rebellion was based on Christian teachings.
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User: Jesuit monks came to China from a. Spain. c. England. b. Portugal. d. Italy.

Weegy: Jesuit monks came to China from Portugal.
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User: What did the Treaty of Nanjing do? a. It allowed the Portuguese to remain trade relations in China. c. It gave China the right to expel any merchant country which violated their system of beliefs. b. It gave the British rights to ports and low tariffs. d. It allowed the Japanese to remain independent of China in government and trade.

Weegy: The Treaty of Nanjing B) gave the British rights to ports and low tariffs.
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User: Before the demands of free trade, who held a monopoly on Chinese trade? a. Chinese merchants c. The Portuguese b. The British d. Japan

Weegy: Before the demands of free trade, the Portuguese held a monopoly on Chinese trade.
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User: rade treaties that China signed under pressure of invasion which gave Western powers trade benefits are best known as a. Treaties of Nanjing c. unequal treaties b. extraterritoriality treaties d. Treaties of Taiping

Weegy: Trade treaties that China signed under pressure of invasion which gave Western powers trade benefits are best known as unequal treaties.
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User: The Portuguese came to China to both trade and spread Christianity. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Weegy: T
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