Sun Yat-Sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Revolution

Sun Yat-Sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Revolution

Lee Lai To ; Lee Hock Guan

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789814345460

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In view of the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution and Sun Yat-sen's relations with the Nanyang communities, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and the Chinese Heritage Centre came together to host a two-day bilingual conference on the three-way relationships between Sun Yat-sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Revolution in October 2010 in Singapore. This volume is a collection of papers in English presented at the conference. While there are extensive research and voluminous publications on Sun Yat-sen and the 1911 Revolution, it was felt that less had been done on the Southeast Asian connections. Thus this volume tries to chip in some original and at times provocative analysis on not only Sun Yat-sen and the 1911 Revolution but also contributions from selected Southeast Asian countries.

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Preliminary pages
PART I: THE POLITICAL THOUGHTS OF SUN YAT-SEN
1. The British Model in Sun Yat-sen's Vision of Modernization for China
2. On Sun Yat-sen's Three Principles of the People: A Philosophy Approach
3. Sun Yat-sen's Idea of Regionalism and His Legacy
4. Sun Yat-sen and Japanese Pan-Asianists
PART II: SUN YAT-SEN, OVERSEAS CHINESE AND THE 1911 CHINESE REVOLUTION
5. Umbilical Ties: The Framing of Overseas Chinese as the Mother of Revolution
6. Thailand and the Xinhai Revolution: Expectation, Reality and Inspiration
7. An Historical Turning Point: The 1911 Revolution and Its Impact on Singapore's Chinese Society
8. A Transnational Revolution: Sun Yat-sen, Overseas Chinese, and the Revolutionary Movement in Xiamen, 1900-12
9. Patriotic Chinese Women: Followers of Sun Yat-sen in Darwin, Australia
PART III: REPORTS/REMEMBRANCES OF SUN YAT-SEN AND THE 1911 REVOLUTION
10. (Grand)Father of the Nation? Collective Memory of Sun Yat-sen in Contemporary China
11. Historical Linkage and Political Connection: Commemoration and Representation of Sun Yat-sen and the 1911 Revolution in China and Southeast Asia, 1946-2010
12. Revolutionaries and Republicans: The French Press on Sun Yat-sen and the Xinhai Revolution
Concluding Remarks

Subjects:Asia / Southeast Asia History

Number of Pages: 318

Imprint:

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication Date: 40828

Format: HB


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