Treaty of Beijing
Concessions of the Qing
1. The full acknowledgement and recognition of the Taiping Kingdom as a fully independent nation and the sole government of China.
2. The end of any interference that the Qing Empire brings to the Taiping Kingdom, whether political, economical, including other internal issues, and otherwise.
3. The allowance of the Taiping Kingdom to keep its current possessions, as well as any others it may gain in the future.
4. The ceding of territory to the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom shown in the following map.
5. The assurance of not interfering with other Chinese breakaway states, including Mongolia.
Demands of the Qing
1. A cease of all hostilities, superficial and otherwise, between the peoples of the Qing Empire and the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom.
2. The assurance that the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom will respect the territory and borders of the Qing Empire as shown in this Treaty.
[X] Guanxu, Emperor of the State of Qing
[ ] Hong Xiuquang, Emperor of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom