• Sun Yat-Sen
    Evaluate the importance of Sun Yixian’s (Sun Yat-sen’s) role in bringing about the 1911 Revolution in China. Sun Yat-sen’s role in the 1911 revolution against the Qing dynasty was an indirect one. Sun Yat-sen was exiled in the United States during the events of the Wuchang Uprising of October...
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  • China
    of the imperial government. This is where things stood in 1911 when an uprising began in Szechwan province in the west. Angered at a government plan to nationalize the railways, the uprising soon grew into a national revolution that would end once and for all imperial rule in China. Sun Yat...
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  • Qing Dynasty
    . Sunyatsenhawaii, 2009. Web. 25 May 2012. This website presents Sun Yat-Sen’s past that shows his reasoning about the revolution of 1911. His ideas and strategies that ended the Qing dynasty....
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  • Chinese History 1900-1985
    Chinese people, being resentful of foreigners and dissatisfied with inability of the present government to throw them out, initiated the Revolution of 1911, replacing the Chinese 2000 year old imperial system with the Republic of China headed by Sun Yat-sen. In March of 1912, Sun Yat-sen resigned and...
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    -sens government wanted a Republican constitutional reform With a goal of forming a republic, Sun Yat-sen allowed Yuan to step into the position of President of the Republic. In 1912, after rounds of negotiations, Empress Dowager issued the Imperial Edict bringing about the abdication of the...
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  • 1911 revolution
    of foreigners in China and repressing the people's patriotic actions. At that time, the country's power rested in the hands of the Qing government and any fundamental change was impossible except putting it down. It was no wonder that the Revolution of 1911's direct objective was to overthrow the...
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  • Chinese History
    . The revolutionary leader was Sun Yat-sen ( or Sun Yixian in pinyin, 1866-1925), a republican and anti-Qing activist who became increasingly popular among the overseas Chinese and Chinese students abroad, especially in Japan. In 1905 Sun founded the or United League) in Tokyo with Huang Xing ( 1874...
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  • Rise of China
    Civil War. Kuomintang (KMT; “Guomindang” in the Naughton textbook): The KMT was founded by Song Jiaoren and Sun Yat-sen shortly after the Xinhai Revolution. Later led by Chiang Kai-shek, it ruled much of China from 1928 until its retreat to Taiwan in 1949 after being defeated by the Communist Party...
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  • Cross Cultural Management
    unrest to unseat the Qing Dynasty from ruling China, which the movement was led by Sun Yat-Sen who eventually became the first provisional President of China in 1911. After the fall of the Qing Dynasty, the Republic of China was formed and thus, marked the end of the imperial rule. However, his...
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     of the Nationalist government of the Republic of China (ROC) from 1928 to 1948. Chiang led China in theSecond Sino-Japanese War, during which the Nationalist government's power severely weakened, but his prominence grew. Unlike Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai-shek was socially conservative, promoting...
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    . Then attended Oahu College (now known as Punahou School), for one semester. In 1883 he was soon sent home to China as his brother was becoming afraid that Sun Yat-sen would embrace Christianity. When he returned home in 1883 at age 17, Sun met up with his childhood friend Lu Hao-tung at Beijidian...
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    years. The Taiping Rebellion was an agrarian revolution, which formed part of the democratic revolution. SEE ALSO: China, Peasant Revolts in the Empire; Chinese Nationalist Revolution, 1911; Mao Zedong (1893–1976); Sun Yat-Sen (1866–1925); Yi Ho Tuan (Boxer) Rebellion References and Suggested...
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  • Sun Yat-Sen
    Sun Yixian (12 November 1866--12 March 1925), whose real name was Sun wen, the genealogical name was Sun Deming, the milk name was Sun Dixiang, the Cantonese pronunciation is Sun Yat -sen. He was a Chinese revolutionary, first president and founder of the Guomingdang and the Republic of China(ROC...
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  • Stat.
    and ManchuriaAbortive revolution in Russia signals rising power of social radicalism | 1911 | Republican Revolution breaks out in military barracks in Wuchang -- meets little resistance in near-bloodless ouster of Manchu dynasty |   |   | Sun Yat-sen named "Provisional President"Yuan Shi-kai brokers...
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  • Communist China
    ) Guomindang is the  political party founded in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen; it governed China under Chiang Kai-shek from 1928 until 1949 when the Communists took power and subsequently was the official ruling party of Taiwan. Jiang was a military and political leader in the 20th century, he...
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  • Modern Chinese History-- Chiang Kai-Shek
    revolution, Get the trust of Sun Yat-Sen After the 1911 Revolution happened, Chiang Kai-Shek returned to ShangHai, he was taken the order of Chen QiMei to lead the vanguard of hundred people to HangZhou, to join the recover of the ZheJuang. To follow the step of Chen QiMei (fifth group regimental...
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    , the Wuchang Uprising, began on 10 October 1911, in Wuhan. The provisional government of the Republic of China was formed in Nanjing on 12 March 1912. Sun Yat-sen was declared President, but Sun was forced to turn power over to Yuan Shikai, who commanded the New Army and was Prime Minister under...
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  • The Rise of the Manchus
    the top and the fiasco of the Boxer Uprising convinced many Chinese that the only real solution lay in outright revolution, in sweeping away the old order and erecting a new one patterned preferably after the example of Japan. The revolutionary leader was Sun Yat-sen ( or Sun Yixian in pinyin...
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  • Revolution 1911
    fighting spirit - After entering China as rulers, the Manchus gradually lost their fighting spirit. They were used to enjoyments. Long years of inactivity in peaceful times and the lack of training reduced government troops to paper soldiers. SUN YAT-SEN (Sun Yixian) A. Early life Sun Yat-sen (Sun...
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  • History of China
    it inculcates everywhere a doctrine of universal love and peace. These ideals appeal to the Chinese; they largely caused the Revolution, and they largely determined its peaceful character." Sun Yat-sen, founder and first president of the Republic of China. A revolutionary military uprising, the...
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