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Synonyms for Guomindang

the political party founded in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen


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The journal Nanyang Yanjiu (South Seas Studies), established in 1928, was sustained by a group of Chinese academics from the first post-imperial exam generation, hosted by the Bureau of South Seas Cultural Affairs at Shanghai's Jinan University and supported by the Guomindang government (Hong and Huang 2008, p.
How significant was the war limitations of the in the air in shaping the Guomindang (GMD/ course of the European war?
Para 1905 el sistema de examenes habia sido eliminado y para 1911, el Guomindang (36) declaro que los textos confucianos eran feudales y que atentaban contra los ideales de la revolucion nacionalista.
Because of Yuan Shikai's suppression of Sun Yatsen's allies after the 1913 elections, Sun regrouped his supporters under the title of the Nationalist Party of China (originally spelled Kuomintang or KMT; Guomindang in Pinyin).
Fugui sale a buscar al medico para su madre y por el camino es arrestado por el Guomindang que sostiene una guerra civil contra el comunismo.
The first generation of merchants and labourers arrived with a local identity tied to their native places in Guangdong, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang; over time, they and their descendants became "Chinese." The change in self-understanding and the consciousness of being huaqiao (patriotic Chinese in diaspora) had to do in part with the cultivation by political activists and later on agents of the Guomindang government.
So, while the generation of Chinese Communists who "liberated" the mainland and sent the Guomindang (KMT) and its leader Chaing Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi) packing off to Taiwan is long gone, younger Chinese still have a great interest in Chinese military history.
Enduring the Revolution: Ding Ling and the Politics of Literature in Guomindang China.
Su objetivo era "conseguir un control completo de Manchuria, y la forma mas comoda de lograrlo era mediante una ocupacion militar sovietica y, tras la retirada de las tropas, utilizando las fuerzas del PCCh como contrapeso frente al gobierno nacionalista del Guomindang y los norteamericanos".
(2) Although arguably influenced by the Chinese New Life Movement launched under the Guomindang in the mid-1930s, the postwar Japanese New Life Movement also drew on indigenous pre-war initiatives and had a larger grassroots element than the highly-politicized Chinese movement..
Before the PRC was formed, the Republic of China under the Guomindang regime had established relations with the founders of the Jewish state.
With the surrender of the Japanese, the nationalists--known as the Guomindang and led by Chiang Kai-shek--struggled for control of the country with the Communists, who were led by Mao Zedong.