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Sun Yat-Sen

Sun Yat-Sen
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Sebastian Chester

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Sun Yat-Sen

Sun Yat-Sen's contribution to the Chinese government. Sun Yat-Sen Sun Yat-Sen Sun's Education Exile The Four Bandits Government Death and Legacy of Sun Yat-Sen Sun Yat-Sen was the first president and one of the founding fathers of China's government. Sun Yat-Sen was forced into exile after the revolution failed. He was exiled in Japan, where he was befriended and aided by many people. He was exiled after Japan in the U. S. A., Canada, and Europe. When he was in each of these places he got supporters for an overthrow of China's government. Eventually, Sun Yat-Sen and his supporters overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Then afterward, he changed China into a Republican government, with the Provisional Government of the Republic of China on January 1, 1912, where Sun was the president of it for a time, before he stepped down.
Republic: A state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president.
Dynasty: A government where one family has power over an area. He played an instrumental part in overthrowing the Qing dynasty. This is the story of how he helped China to become what it is. Sun's Childhood Sun Yat-sen was born on November 12, 1866. It is commonly said that he was born in Cuiheng, Xiangshan (later Zhongshan county), some evidence points that Sun was born in Ewe, Hawaii. And that's all about Sun Yat-Sen and his influence of China! Sun was in Hawaii when he first
started to take an interest in education When Sun was 10 years old, he began to learn at school. He learned English, British history, mathematics, and science at the 'loani School. There he also met his friend Lu Hao-Tung. The Four Bandits were part of the rebellion during the Qing Dynasty rebellion. Sun had grown increasingly frustrated with the Qing government, so he abandoned his medical professions and joined the Four Bandits. Sun tried to diplomatically modernize, but he was rejected, so he was forced to revolution. Ultimately, the revolution failed, and Sun was forced to go into exile. Sun Yat-Sen died on March 12, 1929 of liver cancer. Even though he has died, he will always live forever in the Chinese hearts for what he did for their country. Map of China Flags and Monuments The Flag of China The Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum Sun Yat-Sen's Influence on peoples rights. Sun Yat-Sen helped the common people in many ways.
1. He helped pass the law where people had rights to freedom, to publish, and freedom to speak.
2. Universal education for children.
3.Legal, social, educational, and economic equality between the genders would be recognized, and the general development of women's rights will be encouraged. There aremany more rights that he helped, but there are to many to say!
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