Kuomintang

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the political party founded in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen

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On March 20, 1951, Douglas MacArthur had answered a private letter from Republican Representative Joseph Martin, the House minority leader, seeking his views on opening a Chinese Nationalist front against China's effort in Korea.
An important partner was found in the European branch of the Chinese nationalist Guomindang Party (GMD), which was strongly organized in Germany and France.
Hailing from across the United States, attendees included elderly, China-born men, most holding Chinese Nationalist passports and tied closely to traditional community organizations and the GMD; younger, native-born American men, many of them immigration lawyers active in mainstream civic organizations; and a tiny handful of women, generally from smaller cities with less entrenched CCBA organizations.
Ying-jeou's Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) on notice, dpa reported.
In coming years the Chinese nationalist organized everywhere both abroad and at home and unleashed Xinhai Revolution (10 October 1911 to 12 February 1912 four months two days).
Chinese Nationalist forces took over Itu Aba in 1946 after Japan used it as a submarine base during World War Two.
While the genes of aboriginal Taiwanese are often presented in mainstream Chinese nationalist discourses (of, say, alcoholism among aborigines) as "black box" unquestioned facts, opening the "black box" reveals a complex and politicized social process, or "biocolonialism" of genetic research.
Chinese nationalist forces later fled to the island in 1949 at the end of a civil war with Mao Zedong's Communists.
But with the collapse of communism in China, the regime's survival depends in part on its public's confidence in its defense of Chinese nationalist interests.
James Matray concludes in his introductory chapter that Truman should get credit for using atomic bombs against Japan to finish the war in 1945, resisting temptation in choosing not to rescue the Chinese Nationalist regime under Jiang Jieshi in the Chinese civil war (1946-49), deciding to defend South Korea when North Korea attacked in June 1950, and securing the Japanese peace settlement in 1951.
As William Callahan's fascinating research on this topic has revealed, the government of the Chinese Nationalist Party (GMD) in 1928 published calendars containing no less than 26 "National Humiliation Days" and even made one of these "National Humiliation Days" a public holiday from 1927 onwards.
The political and moral teachings of the Chinese nationalist revolutionary thinker Sun Yatsen, who encouraged the intermingling of Eastern and Western cultures, provided the inspiration for such social strategies.
In the process of maintaining ties to their homeland, Chinese Cubans played an important role in developments in China by sending money across the Pacific to support family, local and regional modernization projects, and Chinese nationalist politics.
Like Truman before him, he disparaged Chinese Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek and his unrealistic hopes for reestablishing himself on the mainland.
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.
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