ニュース写真 : Picture of the Treaty of Nanking under which...

ニュース写真 : Picture of the Treaty of Nanking under which...

This is a painting of the signing of the 'Treaty of Nanking' which ended the first Opium War.

This is a painting of the signing of the 'Treaty of Nanking' which ended the first Opium War.

The Treaty of Nanking (or Nanjing) was signed on 29 August 1842 to mark the end of the First Opium War (1839–42) between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Qing Dynasty of China. It was the first of what the Chinese called the unequal treaties because Britain had no obligations in return.

The Treaty of Nanking (or Nanjing) was signed on 29 August 1842 to mark the end of the First Opium War (1839–42) between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Qing Dynasty of China. It was the first of what the Chinese called the unequal treaties because Britain had no obligations in return.

“The Signing and Sealing of the Treaty of Nanking in the State Cabin of H.M.S. Cornwallis, 29th August, 1842”, Painted by Capt. John Platt #Treaty_of_Nanking

“The Signing and Sealing of the Treaty of Nanking in the State Cabin of H.M.S. Cornwallis, 29th August, 1842”, Painted by Capt. John Platt #Treaty_of_Nanking

“The Signing and Sealing of the Treaty of Nanking in the State Cabin of H.M.S. Cornwallis, 29th August, 1842” (detail), Painted by Capt. John Platt. #Treaty_of_Nanking

“The Signing and Sealing of the Treaty of Nanking in the State Cabin of H.M.S. Cornwallis, 29th August, 1842” (detail), Painted by Capt. John Platt. #Treaty_of_Nanking

Bilingual pages in the Treaty of Nanking, signed August 29, 1842. (The National Archives/Heritage-Images) #Treaty_of_Nanking

Bilingual pages in the Treaty of Nanking, signed August 29, 1842. (The National Archives/Heritage-Images) #Treaty_of_Nanking

Facing History   The Hundred Days’ Reform also coincided with an upsurge of anti-Western sentiment in the north of China directed, in part, at the growth of missionary settlements. Every major Christian denomination established a range of educational and church-affiliated institutions across the country after the Treaty of Nanking in 1842.

Facing History The Hundred Days’ Reform also coincided with an upsurge of anti-Western sentiment in the north of China directed, in part, at the growth of missionary settlements. Every major Christian denomination established a range of educational and church-affiliated institutions across the country after the Treaty of Nanking in 1842.

Luxury French perfume house, Fragrance Du Bois, is proud to announce its debut in East Asia on the 5th of  October 2016, at Hong Kong’s Parfumerie Trésor. At the heart of all Fragrance Du Bois’ creations is the 100% pure, natural, organic Oud oil. Which is sustainably produced on the brand’s own plantations.    Agarwood, from which Oud oil is derived, is no stranger to Hong Kong. It is the species of tree that originally gave Hong Kong its famous name. ‘Fragrant Harbour’. This became the…

Fragrance Du Bois debuts at Parfumerie Trésor Hong Kong - A Beauty Feature

Luxury French perfume house, Fragrance Du Bois, is proud to announce its debut in East Asia on the 5th of October 2016, at Hong Kong’s Parfumerie Trésor. At the heart of all Fragrance Du Bois’ creations is the 100% pure, natural, organic Oud oil. Which is sustainably produced on the brand’s own plantations. Agarwood, from which Oud oil is derived, is no stranger to Hong Kong. It is the species of tree that originally gave Hong Kong its famous name. ‘Fragrant Harbour’. This became the…

Illustration of Hong Kong (above), from the May 1 1866 edition of The Illustrated London News | Free trade port of Victoria City had already built up along north shore of the rocky island since the cessation of today's Hong Kong Island in the Treaty of Nanking 24 years before. This desolated island, marked as "hong-kong" in the late18th mariner's chart to Canton, was not an obvious choice to London as a permanent base for China trade. Outraged with the outcome of a deal made by the British…

Illustration of Hong Kong (above), from the May 1 1866 edition of The Illustrated London News | Free trade port of Victoria City had already built up along north shore of the rocky island since the cessation of today's Hong Kong Island in the Treaty of Nanking 24 years before. This desolated island, marked as "hong-kong" in the late18th mariner's chart to Canton, was not an obvious choice to London as a permanent base for China trade. Outraged with the outcome of a deal made by the British…

Bilingual pages in the Treaty of Nanking   HMS Cornwallis was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 12 May 1813 at Bombay.

Bilingual pages in the Treaty of Nanking HMS Cornwallis was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 12 May 1813 at Bombay.

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