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《Journal of Jiangxi Institute of Education》 2010-02
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Prechers in Thirteen-Trades Monopoly Guangzhou Before and After the Period of One-Trade-Port

ZHU Chun-ting(China Detp.,Jiangxi Instiute of Education;Nanchang 330029,China)  
The court of Qing Dynasty Declared to change Four-Trade-Port to One-Trade-Port in winter 1757,which had lasted until the end of Opium War.A ban on Christianity is one of the policies secluding the Qing Dynasty from the outside world and its side effect of the policy was to have shut off cultural exchange between China and the west countries.Owing to this unique geographic and historic cause,Thirteen-Trades Monopoly had been a malformed platform for west prechers’ missionizing and the east meeting west culture.
【CateGory Index】: K249.305
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