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|Other Titles:||The Phenomenon of Strong-immigrant and Weak-native and Local Measures in North Fujian During Qing Dynasty|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
This article aims to discuss the reasons of immigration into North Fujian in Qing Dynasty and the power imbalance between the natives and the immigrants. It explores the response of the local government to adapt to the situation of strong-immigrant and weak-native. The geographical environment and local convulsions in North Fujian during Qing Dynasty brought about large-scale immigration. The situation of strong-immigrant and weak-native was the result of immigrants’ gaining control of the local economy. In terms of disputes resolution between the natives and the immigrants, it is found that national power was utilized. It is also discovered that local officials are more neutral in handling individual cases but less effective in handling the overall situation. To cope with the strong-immigrant and weak-native reality, Pucheng County and Shunchang County adopted the policy of naturalizing immigrants in Late Qing Dynasty with the hope to improve the relationship between the natives and the immigrants.
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