Foo, Yee-Wah (2012) 三位民国时期的革命者： 何启，孙中山与傅秉常 [Three Revolutionaries: Ho Kai, Sun Yatsen, and Fu Bingchang]. In: International Conference on the Xinhai Revolution and the Founding of Nanjing Provisional Government, 15-20 October 2011, Nanjing, University of Nanjing, China.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)|
|Divisions:||College of Science > School of Life Sciences|
|Abstract:||This lecture traces the crossing of paths at certain times between the lives of three great revolutionaries of the Republic, Ho Kai, Sun Yatsen and Fu Bingchang. The aim of the lecture is not to describe the life of Sun Yatsen, but rather to introduce the relatively unknown characters of Ho Kai and Fu Bingchang, for unlike the well chronicled life of Sun, far less is known about either Ho Kai or Fu. Fu was related to Ho Kai by marriage. I believe the connections between these three gentlemen are important because, as I show later, each one was influenced or influenced by the other, quite significantly. Indeed, the connections between Ho Kai, Sun Yatsen and Fu were based on a number of different levels, each of them noteworthy: family connections, friendships, teacher versus student connections, business links - and most important of all, the revolution itself.|
|Date Deposited:||16 Nov 2012 13:13|
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