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US China relationship
Kay Seounghee Choi
8 months ago
Kay Seounghee Choi
9 months ago
One-child policy in effort to curb population growth. _
IMF ranks China's economy as third largest in the world after the US and Japan.
Hong Kong reverts to Chinese control. _
Boxer rebellion brings foreign retribution
Military revolts by reform-minded officers lead to the proclamation of Republic of China under Sun Yat-sen and abdication of last Qing emperor.
Mao Zedong emerges as a Communist leader during the party's "Long March" to its new base in Shaanxi Province.
People’s Republic of China founded by the Chinese Communist Party.
Great Leap Forward The campaign to rapidly transform the country from an agrarian economy into a socialist society'
"Ping-pong diplomacy" when China invites U.S. table tennis players to visit, generating a burst of goodwill.
Mao dies Deng Xiaoping emerges. _
Diplomatic relations established with the US.
Falun Gong, a quasi-religious sect, outlawed as a threat to stability.
The fiftieth anniversary of People's Republic of China on 1st October. _
China joins the World Trade Organisation. -
US President George W Bush visits, on the 30th anniversary of President Nixon's visit to China
500,000 people march in Hong Kong against Article 23, a controversial anti-subversion bill.
US and China sign trade agreement
Great depression Immigration to the US shut down by government.
The Chinese exclusion laws were repealed in 1943
The Refugee Act of 1980 established policies for refugees, redefining "refugee" according to United Nations norm _
The U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, led by former Rep. Barbara Jordan
Real ID Act changed some visa limits, tightened restrictions on asylum applications
The white population continued dropping in Flushing, where, for the first time, Asians make up more than half the population - 52%,
New York World's Fair held in Queens. Shea stadium was completed.
1939 World's Fair held in NY
Citi Field stadium was completed.
Queensboro Bridge was compeleted
NYC MTA Line 7 station was completed.
Port Washington Branch for LIRR was launched.
Little Taipei was developed in Flushing.
Estimated Chinese population in Flushing reached 60,000
The Immigration Act of 1965 made the US accessible to potential immigrants from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
RKO theater was closed
Queens library Flushing branch was launched.
Flushing Post Office building was lanched
36% of Flushing total population was Asian.
22.1% of Flushing total population was Asian
56.3 % of Flushing total population was Asian
Japan invades and gradually occupies more and more of China.
Presidency of Yuan Shikai
"Cultural Revolution", Mao's 10-year political and ideological campaign.
China's Open-door policy
A number of new constcution happened along Main st after LLRR launching
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