What Is Retrocession?
Guangfu , Chinese vocabulary.
- [gung fù]
- Noun / verb
- gung fù
- Restore original territory, rule or cause
- 1. "Jin Shu · Wen Wen Chuan": the liberty of the three armies, cleans up the atmosphere, clear the middle,
- Light restoration
- Established November 20, 1904
- In November 1904 (thirty years of Guangxu), the Modern Revolutionary Organization of the Chinese Communist Party was formally established in Shanghai. Initiated by Cai Yuanpei, Zhang Binglin, Tao Chengzhang, etc., Cai Yuanpei served as the chairman, with the purpose of "recovering the Han nationality, returning my mountains and rivers, and dedicating myself to retreat. Use armed riots as the main means of revolution. A total of 272 members (more than 560), including 5 women, most of them bourgeois and petty-bourgeois intellectuals, members of the party and businessmen, and a few landlords, gentry and craftsmen. The member's badge is engraved with a "complex" character inscription, with a gold medal in block letters next to it. Tao Chengzhang rushed to contact the parties in Wenzhou, Taizhou, Chuzhou and other places in Zhejiang, planning to use Zhejiang and Fujian revolutionary forces as the backing of the two lakes. After the uprising failed, Tao Chengzhang avoided Japan. In 1905, the China Alliance was jointly established with Xingzhong and Huaxing, but some members still had independent activities. Such as Xu Xilin, Qiu Jin, and Xiong Chengji all launched separate uprisings. In 1910 (the second year of Xuantong), Tao Chengzhang established the Recovering General Assembly in Tokyo, Japan.