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- proper n. the last dynasty of China, lasting from 1644 to 1912
In the early 1900s, following the collapse of the Qing Dynasty, some Chinese literati argued that China's military, economic and spiritual weakness made it an easy prey for aggressive foreigners.
At the end of the Qing Dynasty, war hero Su Can leads a spectacularly daring raid on enemy forces before retiring home from his military life to his beloved wife and their newborn son.
The Fenshui oil paper umbrella was originated at the end of Ming, the beginning of Qing Dynasty, with a long history of over four hundred years.
By the Qing Dynasty, the hot pot became popular throughout most of China.