Tag Archives: Modern China

The May 4th Movement

      The May 4th Movement         The failure of diplomacy triggered the May 4th movement directly. The weakness and inability of the governance of the Northern/Beiyang Warlord is the primary cause of the May 4th … Continue reading

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Lu Xun in My Eyes

Lu Xun in My Eyes         Lu Xun, as one of the leaders and supporter of the New Cultural Movement of China, is the most popular and studied among our young generation. He is a great litterateur, … Continue reading

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Treatise of “The Three Principles of the People”

       Treatise of “The Three Principles of the People”         The three issues most influenced the end of the Qing dynasty should include three aspects: domestic, diplomatic and economic, in general. First, Cixi’s absolute monarchy … Continue reading

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The Hardest 27 years of the New China (1949-1976)

The Hardest 27 years of the New China         “The People’s Republic of China and the (Chinese) People’s Central Government are founded today” (Mao). October 1st, 1949, the date marked the birth and reunification of Chinese nation of one of … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Chinese Communist Party in 1900s

The Rise of the Chinese Communist Party in 1900s         Based on my understanding and analysis, the three concerns that influenced Chinese political developments in 1900s include the people’s aspiration of democracy, national sovereignty and the concern about social problems. … Continue reading

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Discussion on the Cultural Revolution

The Nature of the Cultural Revolution Based on my understanding, regardless of Mao Zedong’s fault, I think that the Cultural Revolution was the result an inevitable fight between the controversial and traditional Chinese bureaucrats in Bei Jing and the aggressive, … Continue reading

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Analysis on the Cultural Revolution

The Nature of the Cultural Revolution Based on my understanding, regardless of Mao Zedong’s fault, I think that the Cultural Revolution was the result an inevitable fight between the controversial and traditional Chinese bureaucrats in Bei Jing and the aggressive, … Continue reading

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