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Book on ‘Sun Yat Sen in Penang’ – [read more…]
Sun Yat Sen in Penang By Khoo Salma Nasution: Areca Books 2008 ‘You can help shoulder the responsibility of saving our country by donating your money, while our comrades in our country are sacrificing their lives.’ – Dr. Sun Yat Sen in Penang, 1910.

The 22nd Joint Conference of the Sun Yat Sen and Soong Ching Ling Memorials In conjunction with the International Centennial Celebrations of Sun Yat Sen’s 1910 ‘Penang Conference’ [read more…]
11 November 2011: The 22nd Joint Conference of the Sun Yat Sen and Soong Ching Ling Memorials In conjunction with the International Centennial Celebrations of Sun Yat Sen’s 1910 ‘Penang Conference’ Launch 20 November 2010 in Penang, Malaysia Sun Yat Sen’s birthday anniversary on 12 November is celebrated by millions throughout the world.

Penang’s link to international history [read more…]
The Star, Sunday June 16, 2006: By Khoo Salma Nasution – THE Penang branch of the Tungminghui, Dr Sun Yat Sen’s political party, was first established in 1907. This was followed by the Penang Philomatic Union, a booklover’s club and propaganda centre, which also served as a cover for the revolutionary activities.

The leader of the Chinese revolution [read more…]
The Star, Sunday June 16, 2006: DR SUN Yat-sen (Nov 12 1866 – March 12, 1925) is revered today in China, both in the mainland and in Taiwan, as father of modern China. Founder of the Kuomintang (Nationalist Party), Sun’s political career was one long struggle as he spent years in exile.

Sun Yat-sen, 100 years after visit [read more…]
The Star, Sunday June 16, 2006: China and South-East Asia are today vastly different from when Dr Sun Yat-sen made his first visit to Malaya a hundred years ago, this month. Dr LEE KAM HING reports. DR Sun Yat-sen, leader of the 1911 Chinese revolution, first came to Malaya on July 17, 1906.

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