Many chamber appeals were addressed to them, including the leader of the Fengtian
clique Zhang Zuolin, his allies Bao Guiqing and Sun Liechen, and Jilin Military Governor Meng Enyuan.
Yesterday (April 15), Chang finally reached his objective, Xingang Fengtian
Temple in Chiayi County, where he was met by the temple's chairman Ho Ta-huang and county council member Yeh Meng-lung, thus completing a 17-day, 600-kilometer trek which touched the hearts of many.
The former was organized by Gu Ding, Xiao Song, Jue Qing, and Yi Chi and centered on Yiwenzhi, the literary journal they launched in March 1939, whereas the latter came into being in December 1939, as Qiu Ying, Chen Yin, and Wang Mengsu established the Wenxuan Publishing House in Fengtian
and Shan Ding, Wu Lang, and Wu Ying started the publication of Wencong (Collection of Writings) in Xinjing.
In 2007 the statue of Mazu and her sedan chair were carried from Fengtian
Temple ([phrase omitted]) at Xingang ([phrase omitted]) to New York.
War and Geopolitics in Interwar Manchuria: Zhang Zuolin and the Fengtian
Clique During the Northern Expedition
"This will be the first electric aircraft to be certified by our civil aviation authority," Yang Fengtian
, of Shenyang Aerospace University, told China Daily.
BAI (a), YOUHONG SUN (a) *, YUMIN LIU (a), BAOCHANG LIU (a), MINGYI GUO (a) *, XIAOSHU LU (a,b), WEI GUO (a), QIANG LI (a), CHUANBIN HOU (a), QIUWEN WANG (a)
After Duan Qirui's government attacked unarmed civilians, I wrote "Amid Pale Bloodstains," when I had already fled to a different residence; during the junta war between the Fengtian
clique and the Zhili clique, I wrote "The Awakening," and after that I couldn't live in Beijing anymore.