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The Japanese and Sun Yat-sen.

Marius B. Jansen

The Japanese and Sun Yat-sen.

by Marius B. Jansen

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Sun, Yat-sen, 1866-1925,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- Japan,
    • Japan -- Foreign relations -- China

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesHarvard historical monographs,, 27
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS777 .J3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 274 p.
      Number of Pages274
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6134835M
      LC Control Number53008021
      OCLC/WorldCa412532

      This book examines the impact of Western ideas and Christianity on the development of Sun Yat-sen’s political thought and revolutionary activities. Regrettably Sun was not able to create a democratic Western type of government in unified China, something for which he struggled throughout all his :// Sun Yatsen () occupies a unique position in modern Chinese history: he is equally venerated as the founding father of the nation by both the mainland Communist government and its Nationalist rival in Taiwan. The first president of the Republic of China in , the peasant-born yet Western-trained Dr Sun was also a dedicated political theorist, constantly in search of

        Sun Yat-sen () was born in a small peasant village of farmers and fishermen south of Canton, in Kwangtung province, China. He received a traditional Chinese education there until at age 13 he transferred to missionary schools in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he learnt Book Corner. While visiting the Sun Yat Sen Museum, enrich your knowledge by browsing the display of books published by Areca Books, a niche publisher specialising in cultural heritage, social history, visual arts and the environment. The following books are published by Areca Books: The Chulia in Penang by Khoo Salma

        Sun Yat Sen Sun Yat-sen () was the founder of the Kuomintang, a revolutionary group in China that ousted the Manchu or Qing dynasty from China and set up the Chinese Republic. Early Life Sun was born into a peasant family in a village near the Canton (Guangdong) Province just after the Taiping uprising,   Kaoru Otsuki Kaoru Otsuki (大月薰 Ōtsuki Kaoru, - ), born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, was the Japanese wife of Sun Yat-sen, the founder of the Republic of China. In , Sun Yat-sen encountered Kaoru in Yokohama's , Sun requested that Kaoru's father to allow her to marry him, but was refused because of the great age difference between Sun


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Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Jansen, Marius B. Japanese and Sun Yat-sen. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Yat-sen Sun; Yat-sen Sun: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marius B Jansen The ideological and political context of Meiji expansionism --Personalities and precedents --Sun Yat-Sen Waichow and Amoy --The T'ung-Meng-Hui --The revolution --The revolution of guidance by force --Sun Yat-Sen and Japanese :// The Japanese and Sun Yat-sen by Marius B.

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By Marius B. Jansen. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, viii,including notes and index. $ - Volume 14 Issue 3 - Hyman Kublin   The enigmatic personal qualities that marked Sun Yat-sen during his lifetime have encouraged controversy concerning him ever since his death more than a generation ago.

Schiffrin's book deals with the first forty years of Sun's life, and attempts to find the key to this controversial  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.

As the increasingly powerless Qing Dynasty in 19th Century China struggled to defend itself from European, American and Japanese colonial control, and bloody civil wars and rebellions fought by an angry and desperate people raged, a new revolutionary force eme Sun Yat-sen's Revolution had Its Seeds in Tokyo Sato Kazuo Introduction: In four years, China will be celebrating the centenary of the Revolution which toppled not only the Qing dynasty but imperial rule itself, a system that can be traced back 2, years when "China" was a much smaller :// By the end of this book, the reader will find Sun Yat-Sen slightly demystified and a little less enigmatic.

Tjio gives an extensive account of Sun's background and his footsteps as he traveled the globe attempting to gain support for a revolution meant to overthrow the ailing Qing dynasty in favor of a modern ://   A scholarly monograph dealing with the relations between Sun Yat-sen and his Japanese associates and friends in the years between and   Sun Yat-sen was born Sun Wen in Cuiheng village, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province on Novemone of six children born to tailor and peasant farmer Sun Dacheng and his wife Madame Yang.

Sun Yat-sen attended elementary school in China, but he moved to Honolulu, Hawaii at the age of 13 where his elder brother Sun Mei had lived since Sun Yat-sen (), the first president of the Republic of China, has left a supremely ambivalent political and intellectual legacy--so much so that he is claimed as a Founding Father by both the present rival governments in Taipei and Beijing.

In Taiwan, he is the object of a veritable cult; in the People s Republic of China, he is paid homage as "pioneer of the ?id=vh7M1u4IGFkC. Sun Yat Sen adopted a Japanese name, Nakayama Sho (中山樵) as well as Japanese forms of attire, but did not speak the language.

Most of his communication with the SUN YAT-SEN AND THE JAPANESE: I 9 I 4-I 6 cabinet had fallen a few days earlier.5 Katsura, a soldier-politician, and bite noire of Japanese parliamentarians, spoke of a joint Sino-Japanese effort to liberate India and resuscitate the colored races of the entire world.

With this accomplished, he argued, Japan 'would never have /sun_yatsen_and_the_japanese_pdf. This book is an attempt to examine in depth the relations between Sun Yat-sen and Communism in the hope of casting new light on this complicated subject and of providing useful perspective on the history of modern China.

The volume begins with a review of Sun's early contacts with the West and the process of his ideological ://   About the Book. The enigmatic personal qualities that marked Sun Yat-sen during his lifetime have encouraged controversy concerning him ever since his death more than a generation ago.

Schiffrin's book deals with the first forty years of Sun's life, and attempts to find the key to this controversial ://. Sun Yat-sen (sōōn yät-sĕn), Mandarin Sun Wen, –, Chinese revolutionary.

He was born near Guangzhou into a farm-owning family. He attended (–82) an Anglican boys school in Honolulu, where he came under Western influence, particularly that of ://  In view of the th anniversary of the Revolution and Sun Yat-sen's relations with the Nanyang communities, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and the Chinese Heritage Centre came together to host a two-day bilingual conference on the three-way relationships between Sun Yat-sen, Nanyang and the Revolution in October in ://  Western name: Sun Yat-sen (孫逸仙) This is the name he used while he was a student in Hong Kong around Au Fung-Chi gave Sun the name Yet-sen (逸仙), which in Cantonese is pronounced "Yut-seen" (IPA: [jɐt˨ si:n˥], pinyin: Yìxiān; Cantonese Yale: Yahtsīn).

As this was the name that he used in his frequent contacts with Westerners