”孫文”っていう中国人がいるが、孫文っていう人のイメージは、中国王朝に対する革命家ってイメージがありますが、毛沢東や蒋介石のまえの ”革命家” それまでの中国は王朝国家で それこそ西太后が末期は中国政権をにぎってて
I went to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Museum in Kobe. Sun Yat-sen’s memorial hall is located in this location overlooking the Great Seto Bridge.
An image of Sun Yat-sen
There is a Chinese named “Sun Yat-sen”, but the image of Sun Yat-sen is that he is a revolutionary against the Chinese dynasty, but before Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai-shek, China was a dynasty state. At the end of her life, the Empress Dowager Cixi dominated the Chinese government, and even though there was a king, her mother actually held power. However, when Europe and her European colonial policy attacked him, he was overwhelmed by the difference in technical ability and lost the war. It was defeated by Japan in the Sino-Japanese War, and Hong Kong was like Britain.In the olden days, China might have been more advanced than other countries with its Yellow River civilization, but in modern times, the difference between them is so great that they are being invaded by other countries.
Sun Yat-sen is a revolutionary
In the midst of this, revolutionaries emerged in China, and at that time, revolutionaries like Sun Yat-sen appeared, leaning toward capitalism and incorporating the technology of advanced countries, and China also became a modern nation. A revolutionary has appeared. He was on friendly terms with the Japanese and wanted to use the financial strength and knowledge of the Japanese to make China a stronger country. Sun Yat-sen around here is an image. At that time, China was on good terms with Japan. To put it in a good way, there is an image that Japan was not aggression, but that other countries were aiming for modernization and coexistence with their own country. The existence of “Sun Yat-sen” in such history is an open person for the Chinese. There is a memorial hall of such a historical figure in Kobe. In addition, there are places related to Sun Yat-sen in various places.
He has close ties with Japan.
If Sun Yat-sen had lived a little longer, he would have been able to maintain friendships with Japan a little longer. It’s regrettable. The ideological flow of Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai-shek, and Mao Zedong, the ideology of each revolutionary, the difference between the Chinese Communist Party and the Kuomintang, and so on. I don’t get it. In the end, Sun Yat-sen’s wife dismissed Chiang Kai-shek, and he, or rather, he felt like that, so Chiang Kai-shek was Taiwan and Mao Zedong was the Chinese Kuomintang. Sun Yat-sen contributed to China’s capital modernization. He was able to get Japanese capital to help him build a bank, and he was on good terms with China’s modernization. I want Japan and China. I really want it. What about Sun Yat-sen?