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In the duration of the years 1368 through 1868 the Europeans of Britain and Portuguese influenced the Chinese and Japanese greatly The people of these two Countries not only contributed to the religious culture of the Chinese and Japanese but most of all they established a firm trade system that other countries picked up on The Europeans were able to establish this trade by travel knowledge and an overpowering government This change in their country helped them develop as a strong government and as people In order to be able to begin trade with another country one country must be able to get to the opposing countrys land and over power their people and government In this case the British and Portuguese were able to accomplish all that they need to get China to become trading partners with them First Britain took it upon them to get to the Chinese land but not after the Portuguese got there first In 1514 a Portuguese ship was able to get to the tip of China and in 1557 the Chinese allowed them to set up a trading station in Macao With these moves they were able to move in and try to get China to do what was needed to make the Portuguese land wealthier During the 1500s the Portuguese were able to travel to Japan and try to take over their trade system also Later the British came to the Chinese land by way of ship They set up a port during the late 1600s in Guangzhou Then begin to work their way up the Chinese ladder of government Along with travel to become a big trading partner with another country one must have knowledge to offer that country The Portuguese was able to get in to the heads of the Chinese and Japanese by their religious advancements They used the knowledge of astronomy to gain trust and admission into the inner part of
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