Reasons for the closure of China

• superiority of Europeans in military affairs and business;
• fears that the colonialist policy of the Europeans will destroy the empire;
• contact with Europeans undermined the foundations of traditional society.
The isolation of China began, which was not complete, but significantly hampered, first of all, its own economic and technical development.

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