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Author: Sushila Narsimhan
ISBN13: 978-8174840172
Title: Japanese Perceptions of China in the Nineteenth Century
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Language: English
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Publisher: Phoenix Pub. House; 1 edition (February 1, 1999)
Pages: 200

Japanese Perceptions of China in the Nineteenth Century by Sushila Narsimhan



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Japanese translations of the Military History of the Qing dynasty (聖武記, Shèngwu Ji) and the Illustrated Treatise on the Maritime Kingdoms written by Chinese scholar Wei Yuan (1794–1857), Sakuma was struck by the similarities in their ideas in defending against the west. His writing brought some fame, and he became the teacher of several future leaders of modernization (Yoshida. Narsimhan, Sushila (1999).

12 Sushila Narsimhan, Japanese Perceptions of China in the Nineteenth Century: Influence of Fukuzawa Yukichi (P. Dissertation, University of Delhi, 1995). 9. considered the Chinese to be an equal and somewhat worthy enemy at the start of the Sino-Japanese War (1894-95), but by its conclusion the Japanese began seeing themselves as "civilized" in a Western sense, and as the proper leader of East Asia.