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What led to the Boxer Rebellion?

The Open Door policy led other nations to carve out spheres of influence in China, leading to condemnation of the imperialists.
European attempts to introduce industrialization in mainland Asia led the Chinese to react by destroying technological advances.
Refusal by Europeans to purchase Chinese opium led Empress Dowager Cixi to close China’s borders, resulting in regional riots.
The Great Game between Russia and Britain made the Chinese resentful for being pulled into the middle of a European conflict.
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