The emperors of the Qing dynasty were Emperors Kangxi and Qianlong.
The Qing dynasty had labor intensive farming that kept farmers busy growing enough food to supply their families and the growing populations in the rest of china.
Military preparedness was a priority for the Manchu rulers of the Qing dynasty.
Lord Mcarthy brought British goods to china in 1763 and Qing leaders opened their ports to more European influences, including Jesuits spreading Christianity which weakened their control and lead the Chinese to fall to the British control.
Manchu society was divided into 8 banners or military groups for defense.