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Tag Archives: memorial
Traveling Taiwan: Sun Yat-sen & Chiang Kai-shek Memorial (Part 12 of 24)
History in a nutshell: Sun Yat-sen lead the Chinese Nationalist Party (Kuo Min Tang or KMT party), overthrew the Qing dynasty of China, and became the first President of the Republic of China. When he passed away, Chiang Kai-shek was … Continue reading
Posted in History Tagged Chiang Kai-Shek, kmt, kuo min tang, memorial, republic of china, sun yat-sen, Taipei, Taiwan 1 Comment
Reactions to Michael Jackson’s death in Asia
The death of Michael Jackson has unleashed a lot of craziness here in Los Angeles, as it has been the location of his death and memorial service, as well as “home base” for the Jackson Family (via their Encino compound). … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Entertainment, Music Tagged China, death, fans, India, memorial, Michael Jackson, MJ, music, Philippines, reaction, Taiwan 2 Comments