Ans. 1. The Second Opium War of 1856 came to and end with the defeat of the Manchu Emperor and the signing of the Peking Treaty.
2. By this treaty, another group of six Chinese ports were opened for the foreign trades. The business opium was given permission.
3. The foreign envoys were allowed to stay in Peking.
4. The Christian missionaries were now given security and freedom of spreading the cause of their religion.