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CHP-107-The History of Hong Kong Part 7

Posted on Dec 24, 2012 in Hong Kong, Podcasts | 0 comments

Hong Kong's wartime governor Sir Mark Aitchison Young

Hong Kong’s wartime governor Sir Mark Aitchison Young

Jiu yi ba  九一八 9-18, September 18, 1931 Mukden (Shenyang) Incident

Wong Nai Chong Gap 黃泥涌峽 Gap on rocky Hong Kong island where one can go from north to south.

San nian ling bage yue 三年零八个月 The 3 years and 8 months (of Japanese occupation)

Kempeitai 宪兵队 The Japanese Military Police

Yingjun Fuwutuan  英军服务团  The British Army Aid Group

Sham Shui Po  深水埗 District in Kowloon, site of an internment camp during the occupation

Song Meiling  宋美龄 Madam Chiang Kai-shek

zhide kan  值得看  Worth reading

Song Jiaoren  宋教仁 great Chinese revolutionary, intellectual, KMT co-founder assassinated March 1913, subject of a great article by Economist writer Gady Epstein.

 

Link to the Economist article by Gady Epstein: http://econ.st/T7zMb5

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