Chinese unification (disambiguation)

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Chinese (re)unification or unification of China, in modern usage, commonly refers to the concept of the political (re)unification of Republic of China (Taiwan) and People's Republic of China on either side of Taiwan Strait as one sovereign state.

Chinese unification or unification of China can also refer to:

Historical Era[edit]

  • Qin's wars of unification, the first time most territories of the region that later became known as "China" came to be united in one empire
  • Ming dynasty, the dynasty that united most territories under its control
  • Taiwan under Qing rule, annexation of Taiwan into Qing Dynasty, becoming part of China the first time

Modern Era[edit]

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