Kuomintang

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the political party founded in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen

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TAIPEI - Taiwan's ruling Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) candidate Yen Kuan-hen narrowly defeated his main rival in Saturday's legislative by-election in Taichung, the island's third largest city, ending a winning streak by the opposition Democratic Progressive Party.
Marshall maintains that the influence of the Chinese Nationalist League or Kuomintang (KMT) and the spaces provided by Chinese laundries and restaurants were instrumental in shaping and redefining Chinese religious practices and identities.
These pages from a Christian missionary's textbook tell of the horrors of the Boxer Rebellion, in which many Westerners were slaughtered by Chinese Nationalist rebels.
The Kuomintang (KMT) or Chinese Nationalist Party has among its roots the retreat from China and "invasion" of Taiwan after Chiang Kai-shek lost the civil war to the forces of Mao Zedong and the Communist Party.
In the presidential election on Saturday, Ma Ying-jeou, the incumbent president and head of the Chinese Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang, beat his main rival Tsai Ing-wen of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party by a comfortable margin: 51.
It is important that Australia and others in the region do push back against the kind of hard Chinese nationalist sentiment that has rightly jangled nerves in the South China Sea and, in their defense policy and alliance relationships, hedge against worst-case scenarios, however unlikely they may appear now.
Sun Yat-sen, with the Chinese Nationalist party in power.
Authorities have sought to forestall protests, blocking the websites of Chinese nationalist groups, telling university students not to protest and erasing discussion of organising demonstrations from the internet.
Who was leader of the Chinese Nationalist Republic from 1927 to 1949?
A decade later someone calling herself Lai captured a Chinese nationalist yacht carrying six million in gold, plus an encoded microfilm that British intelligences believe contains a top-secret Mao file.
Tamogami wrote it is ''false'' to accuse Japan of having been an aggressor nation before and during World War II and described Japan as ''a victim'' that had been drawn into the Sino-Japanese War by Chiang Kai-shek, who led the Chinese Nationalist Party.
Some readers might worry that tariffs could provoke a Chinese nationalist backlash.
Four years after its return, Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party (Kuomintang, KMT), was defeated by the Chinese Communist.
Traditionally named the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall after the Chinese Nationalist leader and first president of the Republic of China in Taiwan, the square was renamed the "Taiwan National Democracy Memorial Hall" by the DPP, and the monument in which the statue of Chiang is located was festooned with political posters and propaganda for the ruling "Greens.
The Japanese threat to China became so severe that, as early as 1937, Chiang agreed in desperation to allow forces controlled by Mao to become part of the Chinese Nationalist Army.
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