Peking, China Chinese president and politician Sun Yat-sen was the leader of China's republican revolution.
Scorpio Sun Yat-sen was a Chinese politician, revolutionary, writer, calligrapher, and a physician. Born on November 12,he was a founding father of the Republic of China and the first president of that country. Sun Yat-sen served as the Provisional President of the country after its founding in but bowed out after unending pressure from Beiyang Clique.
Sun Yat-sen was a major figure in the ousting of the Qing dynasty prior to the Xinhai Revolution. Sun was a co-founder and first leader of the National Party of China.
After stepping down as president, his political life was characterized by frequent exiles and struggle. Sun Yat-sen was known for his political philosophy termed, the Three Principles of the People, which includes nationalism, democracy, and the people livelihood.
He was born to Sun Dacheng and Lady Yang. He left for Honolulu in the Kingdom of Hawaii to leave with his elder brother Sun Yat-sen Mei after his primary education. His fast learning of the English language gained him an award from King David Kalakaua for outstanding achievement.
The two had to move toHong Kong to escape the wrath of the villagers after breaking the Beiji Emperor God villagers worshipped. He then studied medicine at the Christian missionary John G. Kerr at Guangzhou Boji Hospital. Activities Sun Yat-sen quitted his medical practice to focus on revolutionary activities aimed at transforming China.
Sun Yat-sen had joined the Four Bandits, a group of revolutionary thinkers during his days at the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese in, the time of the Qing Dynasty rebellion. To official present his idea of change and modernizing China to the Qing government, Sun Yat-sen wrote a petition to Qing Viceroy Li Honzghng but was not granted the audience even after his travel to Tianjin.
To drew him towards the revolutionary idea. Ina chapter of the group in Hong Kong merged with the Furen Liberty Society also a revolutionary group.
To prevent being identified, activities of the group were disguised as a form of business with the name Kuen Hang Club. However, a failure since plans of it was leaked, and about 70 members, including Lu Haodang, were captured.
After the failed uprising, Sun went into exile in Japan where he made friends with a democratic revolutionary Miyazaki Toten who also supported him financially.
Sun proceeded with another uprising, the Huizhou uprising in the attack of Huizhou and provincial authorities in Guangdong on October 22, Once again the uprising was a failure. This sent him back into exile and lived in countries like the United States, Canada, and Europe.
He also used the period to raise funds for his revolutionary activities. The Chinese Imperial secret service planned to assassinate him after his arrest by the Chinese Legation in London in Other Revolution Sun Yat-sen continued to galvanize support for his activities with the sole aim of ousting the Manchu to establish a Republic.
Sun Yat-sen coined the Three Principles of the Peoples being his political philosophy. These include nationalism, democracy, and welfare of the people. Sun Yat-sen sought to distribute land equally among the people. Sun Yat-sen and the revolutionary Chinese students studying in Tokyo and Japan joined forces to form the Tongmenghui United Leagueon August 20, Sun Yat-sen gained the support of several other groups and people, which led to the Zhennanguan uprising at the Friendship Pass on December 1, This time too, it failed after seven days of fighting.
Other uprisings in Huanggang, Huizhou seven women lake uprising and the Quizhou uprising all failed that year. The group initiated the Qin-Lian uprising and Hekou uprising inwhich also failed.
The failed uprising caused some fracas in the group with some questioning the capabilities of Sun. The group was then divided into the anti-Sun and pro-Sun members. Huang Xing led a failed uprising in Guangzhou called the Yellow Flower Mound revolt on April 27,leading to the death of many revolutionaries with only 72 bodies found.
Huang Xing never gave up and led another one on October 10,at Wuchang, and this time it was successful. The uprising ended the over years of imperial rule in China. Upon hearing the successful, revolt, Sun Yat-sen returned to China in December.
Li Yuanhong was also appointed the provisional vice-president Huang Xing, minister of the army. Sun Yat-sen stepped down in for Yuan Shikai to take over as the new provisional president.
There was a consensus that is Yuan who was then in charge of the Beiyang army helped to oust the Qing court; Sun Yat-sen would become the president.
He fulfilled that in getting Emperor Puyi abdicate his throne on February 12,hence his takeover as president.Nov 25, · This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Sun Yat-sen Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading.
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