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Sun Yat-sen

Syllabification: Sun Yat-sen
Pronunciation: /ˈso͝on ˈyät ˈsen
 
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(also Sun Yixian /ˈyēSHēˈän/)
  • (1866–1925), Chinese statesman; provisional president of the Republic of China 1911–12 and president of the Southern Chinese Republic 1923–25. He organized the Kuomintang force and established a secessionist government at Guangzhou.

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