Theme Editor: Julian Dierkes – julian.dierkes [at] ubc.ca

On October 10, 2011, the world commemorated the centennial of the Xinhai Revolution, which ended the Qing Dynasty and founded a republican China. In a series of Memos we examined the impact that the revolution and its aftermath have had on China and its neighbours.

Memos part of this Theme:


Selected Blog Posts, Tweets, and Media on 100 Years After the Xinhai Revolution

  • China’s Century, The Toronto Star, October 2011. (By Asia Pacific Memo contributor, Wenran Jiang)

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