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Changes in the Structure and Function of Chengdu's Manchu City at the End of the Qing Dynasty and the Beginning of the Republic of China

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DOI: 10.25236/iwass.2020.032


Aiqing Yu

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Aiqing Yu


In the last year of Kangxi, the Qing government moved the Jingzhou Eight Banner Soldiers to station in Chengdu. In order to strengthen the control of the western Sichuan ethnic area and to shield Tibet and other places, after the Manchu and Mongolian Eight Banner Soldiers were stationed in Chengdu, the building was “ Manchu City “. After the Revolution of 1911, the city walls were demolished one after another, and were no longer military camps. The original closed urban spatial pattern was broken, and the function of the urban area gradually changed


Qing dynasty, Chengdu, Manchu city, Xinhai revolution