User:Madalibi/New structure for Qianlong

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Youth and accession to the throne[edit]

Mother[edit]

Court relations[edit]

Becoming emperor[edit]

Wars and territorial expansion[edit]

The Dzungar campaigns[edit]

Other border campaigns[edit]

Bureaucratization of the frontiers[edit]

Later years[edit]

Heshen and the problem of corruption[edit]

The Macartney embassy[edit]

Increasing social unrest[edit]

Abdication[edit]

Ethnic policies[edit]

Preserving "Manchu-ness"[edit]

The problem of loyalty[edit]

Multiple styles of rule[edit]

Political trends[edit]

Managing the bureaucracy[edit]

Fiscal policies[edit]

The political elite[edit]

Qianlong and scholars[edit]

Early cultural projects[edit]

History of Ming (completed in 1739), Yizong jinjian 醫宗金鑑 (completed in 1742), Wuti Qingwen jian 五體清文鑒 (completed in 1766).

The Siku quanshu[edit]

Censorship[edit]

Flowering of scholarship[edit]

Social trends[edit]

Population rise[edit]

Cultural life[edit]

Increasing competition[edit]

A golden age?[edit]

Family[edit]

Consorts[edit]

Sons[edit]

Daughters[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

Further reading[edit]