Call No. [Page No.]: DS773.4.M671949 [p 82]
Object Type: Rare book
Collection: Asia - China Collection
Location: Special Collections/Rare, University of Hawaii at Manoa Library
One of the first Western dissertations on China considers the effects that American public opinion and the Chinese in America had on the Chinese Revolution of 1911. It includes an account of Sun Yat-sen's childhood and education in China, his medical training and early revolutionary activities, and the influence that his education had in Hawai'i and travel in the United States had in the formulation of his ideas. The author also outlines the history of Chinese secret societies and the financial support Dr. Sun received from the Chee Kung Tong (Zhi Gong Tang) secret society in America.
Treasure record edited on 2010-07-30 16:11:06