March 7, 1829, since the rebellion of Jehangir in Xinjiang was pacified, there erected a tablet to mark the achievement. The conflicts between Qing and the area adjacent to the border of Xinjiang and Central Asia were usually called "Rebellion" by China. However, their identification was quite complicated. The recognition kept on changing even after the fall of the Qing. Other than the ambiguity in historical facts, diplomatic consideration was also a consideration. For details you may refer to our Bulletin: Lin Hsiao-ting, "The Tributary System and Historical Imagination: China and Kanjut, 1761-1963".
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