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Supervisor
Faculty
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Emma Builes
The European Concessions in the Late Qing China and Their Role in the Cultural Dialogue Between China and the West
2017
A series of "unequal treaties" concluded by China with European countries after the defeat in the Opium Wars of 1840-1860 opened Chinese ports for foreign trade, giving Europeans considerable rights in the field of real estate acquisition and leasing and the right of extraterritoriality.

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