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The Chinese people and Government commemorate this October 1 a new anniversary of the proclamation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.


Mao Tse Tung’s Legacy for History

The Xinhaien Revolution, in China, between 1911-1912 put an end to 2,000 years of dynasties, the end point for a backward country in misery, in which the invasion of European products slowed down the development of the nation’s wealth and placed in decline to cultural power in the nineteenth century.

The outbreak of that revolutionary process founded republican China in what is considered one of the most relevant historical events of humanity, led by Sun Yat Zen, who founded the nationalist party, allowed that nation to stand out in areas such as the invention of paper , printing, silk, seismograph, among others.

However, it experienced a “Second Revolution” around 1913 that triggered a civil war in 1927. Since then, uprisings and clashes between the Nationalist Party and Chang Kai-shek have been recorded in the country. as head and the Communist Party, under the leadership of Mao Tse Tung, who proclaimed on October 1, 1949: “The Chinese people have risen up.”