Talk:Convention of Peking

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"Convention of Peking" receives 121 more google hits than "Beijing Convention". I think the legal documents spelled it that way too. --Jiang 23:18, 14 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Convention of Peking?[edit]

I think this article is confused. There was no single Convention of Peking, but a series of conventions of Peking conclided between China and Britain, France and Russia. I suggest that the article be rewritten and possibly moved to reflect this.--Niohe 16:23, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

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