The government carried out strict policy of trade prohibition and shifted the coastal residents inwards to inhibit them from foreign travel through see. They were not allowed to go to sea without authorization. At first, there are four opening ports to the world. However, it reduces to one opening port “Guangzhou”. They severely constrained variety of imported products and the load capacity of ships far out to sea. The seclusion policy declined the development of foreign trade, industry and commerce. It hindered the progress of capitalism sprout in China. China was still in Middle Age and did not like to go out. The seclusion policy encouraged the mind of hubris for ruling class and governors call themselves as Celestial Empire and make no attempt to make progress. Because of the ignorance and the conservation of the government, which blocks cultural communication at home and abroad, Western science and technology in modern times couldn’t spread to China.
There is no denial of the bad impact that China had to face because of the policy. It is almost impossible to follow the trend now days. The world has turned into global village in which nations are trying to get themselves bind with difference cultures as well as economies. Diversity nowadays is a concept that is seen to be fruitful and a necessity for the progress as compared to be threatened by it.
First of all, the results of new technological revolution provide the powerful impetus and material foundation for economical globalization. The industrialization of high and new technology makes the market not existing originally appear. The need to have stronger economy has pushed the countries to open their boundaries to ensure progress. At the same time, it supports the enormous commercial opportunities for each country’s enterprises. In particular, since in the 1980s, the revolution of modern communication industry largely decreases the communication fee and the transaction costs internationally, which becomes the significant factors pushing forward the economical globalization.