3 edition of Sun Yat-Sen in Hawaii found in the catalog.
by University of Hawaii Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Sun Yat-Sen (–) was born to an ordinary farmer’s family in Cuiheng Village, Xiangshan County, Guangdong Province. In , then 13 years of age, he journeyed to Hawaii to join his older brother, Sun Mei, a successful rice farmer and merchant. He entered ‘Iolani at age Sun Yat-sen (sōōn yät-sĕn), Mandarin Sun Wen, –, Chinese revolutionary. He was born near Guangzhou into a farm-owning family. He attended (–82) an Anglican boys school in Honolulu, where he came under Western influence, particularly that of Christianity.
A Sheet of Loose Sand: Sun Yat-sen Sun Yat-sen was China's first president and remains China's most international leader, as comfortable in the West as in his homeland. Although his party opposed Mao's in China's civil war, Sun is viewed by both sides as China's guofu, or father of the nation. Sun keyed in on the humiliation of the Boxer Insurrection (), pointing out that j allied army troops were able to capture Peking, the national capital boasting , Allen F. Damon's paper on Sun Yat-sen was his senior thesis at Yale University. A former Hawai'i resident, Damon now resides in Corona del Mar, California.
young Sun Wen (who later adopted the first name Yat-sen [Yixian in Manda-rin]) came to Hawaii in , at the age of His older brother, Sun Ahmi (Sun Mei) had arrived on Maui in and become a successful ranch owner and entrepreneur. He sent for Sun File Size: KB. But at some point, you know, his brother Sun Mei moved to Hawaii and becomes a very successful businessman. ABDELFATAH: He sent for Sun .
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Sun Yat-Sen and Soong Ching Ling Research Room at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library Hamilton Library holds a research collection of ~ titles relating to the life and work of revolutionary Chinese leader Dr.
Sun Yat-Sen and his wife the philanthropist Soong Ching Ling. Descendants of the Sun family as well as organizations dedicated to carrying on the legacy of Sun. Sun Yat-Sen in Hawaii: Activities and Supporters Paperback – July 1, by Yansheng Ma Lum (Author)Cited by: 4.
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Here is the most comprehensive account in English of Sun's life and his revolutionary activities and supporters in Hawaii. sun yat sen in hawaii Download sun yat sen in hawaii or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get sun yat sen in hawaii book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. SUN YAT-SEN S CHRISTIAN SCHOOLING IN HAWAII In when Sun boarded the Grannoch in Hong Kong for his voyage to the Sandalwood Mountains, as the Chinese called Hawai'i, he was impressed by the wonder of a mechanically propelled ship of massive proportions and the superiority of the foreigner in that.
What Sun Yat-sen thought about this trip and his stay in Hawaii is related in the biography, Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese Republic, by Paul Linebarger, an American circuit judge who became interested in Sun and his cause while hearing about it from the Chinese servant in his employ when he was assigned to the Philippines ().
Linebarger was a committed Sun partisan and. "During his years at ‘Iolani and Punahou, he was exposed to Western culture, was strongly influenced by it, and in his young mind, the seeds of Western democracy were planted," according to the book Sun Yat-sen in Hawai‘i, Activities and Supporters.
But the author demonstrates that the importance of Sun Yat-sen lies elsewhere. A Cantonese raised in Hawaii and Hong Kong, he was a product of maritime China, the China of the coastal provinces and overseas communities, open to foreign influences and acutely aware of the modern Western world Cited by: Get this from a library.
Sun Yat-sen in Hawaii: activities and supporters. [Yansheng Ma Lum; Raymond Mun Kong Lum] -- "Sun Yat-sen in Hawaii is the most comprehensive and detailed account available in English of Dr.
Sun's life and revolutionary activities in Hawaii. The. Sun Yat-sen is a preeminent leader of Chinese Revolution, a revolutionary movement that succeeded in overthrowing the Manchu monarchy and established the Republic of China.
Books on Sun’s life and political career were carefully reviewed and selected with a focus on his supporters and revolutionary activities in Hawaii, as well as his.
Sun Yat-Sen's chief legacy is his development of a political philosophy known as the "Three Principles of the People." In his own words, this Chinese statesman and revolutionary leader chronicles his fight to establish a republic of China based upon those three principles: nationalism, democracy, and by: 8.
Sun Yat-sen exhibit focuses on Hawaii influence The founding father of modern China learned about democracy in Hawaii, and used the islands to raise money and support for political efforts that would lead to the overthrow of the Qing imperial government.
Get this from a library. Sun Yat-sen in Hawaii: activities and supporters. [Yansheng Ma Lum; Raymond Mun Kong Lum]. Sun Yat-sen was born Sun Wen in Cuiheng village, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province on Novemone of six children born to tailor and peasant farmer Sun Dacheng and his wife Madame Yang.
Sun Yat-sen attended elementary school in China, but he moved to Honolulu, Hawaii at the age of 13 where his elder brother Sun Mei had lived since Author: Kallie Szczepanski. The Sun story is based on the book, "Sun Yat-sen in Hawaii," published last year by the Hawaii Chinese History Center and the Dr.
Sun Yat-sen Hawaii Foundation. The authors are Yansheng Ma Lum and Raymond Mun Kong Lum. They detail Sun's six visits to Hawaii -- and The Honolulu City Council and the Dr.
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Today's Deals Your Gift Cards Help. Sun Yat-sen was the first president of the Chinese republic inyet he is little know around the world and perhaps rightly so. He influenced little the chain of events that led to the Chinese revolution and the downfall of the imperial monarchy/5."Sun Yatsen's early life is, of course, a thriller.
Few fathers of countries have had so many dangerous adventures, or embellished them so artfully afterward. Of the various books that have existed in English for many years, none has used the wealth of Chinese material recently made available to by: Sun Yet-Sen Park is a cool small park in Kula that we had passed before, but this time we stopped.
Very interesting about the ties he had with Hawaii and especially Maui. Nice walk and grounds with shady trees, chickens (of course) and Lion sculptures/5(49).