Provisional Republican, Beiyang Government, Guomindang
He argues for the success of the Nationalist tariff policy from the perspective of increasing government revenue and illustrates a positive evaluation of Guomindang
fiscal policy and the reasons for the eventual decline of Nationalist governance on the Chinese mainland.
The first was the Taiwan crisis of 1995-96, when the then Taiwan leader Lee Teng-hui, head of the Guomindang
, visited the United States, ending a ban on such visits.
Fayet presents the international history of the October Revolution, its impact through the "German October" in 1923 to the 1927 massacre of Chinese Communists by the Guomindang
in Shanghai and Nanking.
This narrative facilitated the delegation members' mission on behalf of the Guomindang
by allowing it to build rhetorical bridges to their Southeast Asian counterparts.
Estos flujos migratorios tuvieron su origen desde las dinastias Ming tardia y Qing (con poblacion proveniente del sur de China) extendiendose hasta la reincorporacion de la isla a la soberania de la Republica de China en 1945 y el posterior exilio de Chiang Kai-shek y sus correligionarios del Guomindang
, a partir de 1949, como consecuencia del establecimiento de la Republica Popular China.
In the aftermath of World War II, Brazil maintained full diplomatic relations with the Guomindang
(Kuomintang) regime in Taiwan and only recognized the PRC in 1974.
Opium, State, and society: China's narco-economy and the Guomindang
, 1924-1937, Honolulu, Hawai University Press, 2001.
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
After the definitive demise of the Qing dynasty in 1911, China was immersed in the chaos of a civil war in which numerous factions--warlords, various social classes, and both an emerging communist and Guomindang
nationalist party and several foreign colonial armies--were fighting over the remains of the former Chinese Empire (Roberts 1999:203-7).