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Clearly triads didn't disappear, but how did they react to this part of their raison raison d'être slipping away?

Edit: I went through the first five links searching this on google and couldn't find an answer. My question asks how they adapted ideologically. The only thing I could find was the Yellow Sands apparently just plowing on through keeping it as their slogan, with no clear explanation as to why.

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    What has your research shown you so far? Where have you already searched? What did you find? Please help us to help you. Can you explain why the relevant Wikipedia pages and google searches didn't answer the question? SE sites work best if the questions are supported by preliminary research – sempaiscuba Feb 1 at 13:06
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    When I search Google for “oppose the Qing, restore the Ming” triad I get several sites that appear (to me at least) to answer your question. Can you edit your question to explain why they don't? – sempaiscuba Feb 1 at 13:12
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    Ok, well, I went through the first five links and couldn't find an answer. My question asks how they adapted ideologically. The only thing I could find was the Yellow Sands apparently just plowing on through keeping it as their slogan, with no clear explanation as to why. – Step Start Feb 1 at 13:22
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    Please document your research in your question rather than in comments. Your question will be better received by the community this way (i.e. your questions will probably get upvotes rather than comments asking you what research you have done). – Lars Bosteen Feb 1 at 13:46
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    The order in which the pages are returned is likely to vary depending on a variety of factors. The first paper for me was Patriotic Chinese Ttiads and secret societies. In short, “oppose the Qing, restore the Ming” was never their raison d'être. At most it was a rallying cry and a part of their foundation myths. – sempaiscuba Feb 1 at 13:47

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