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Title: 2. How did Japan, China, and Russia differ in the ways they reacted to Western European commercial and cultural contacts?

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Date: March 22, 2002
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In fact China allowed the new religion and sought out to adapt the new Catholic Christianity to Chinese cultural traditions while introducing the newest science and technology from Europe. In the end this new way ended up issuing the official calendar. As for Russia's reaction to this contact it was more like China's far more than like Japan's...

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With Peter the Great it seemed to accept this contact with open arms. Peter himself went around to these different countries and learned how they did thing then turn around and use them in Russia. Peter use all of this knowledge to his advantage and it showed by how Russia grew military wise and political wise...

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