1903 in China
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History of China • Timeline • Years
The following lists events that happened during 1903 in China.
- Guangxu Emperor (29th year)
- July 01 - Shanghai Municipal Police transferred six people, including Zhang Binglin, to the public for review. (zh:蘇報案)
- July 15 - the first public hearing. (zh:蘇報案)
- July 21 - The second public hearing was held, but due to the Qing court was busy with extradition, so the plaintiff’s lawyer requested a rescheduling at the beginning of the trial. (zh:蘇報案)
- August 13 - Tsar Nicolas II appointed Alexeyev as viceroy in charge of all civil and military authority over Russian possessions in the Far East, including Russian-occupied Manchuria, the Liaodong Peninsula, and Russia Amur Military District (present day Primorsky Krai).
- December 3 - The trial was officially held for a total of four days. (zh:蘇報案)
- October 21 - K. C. Wu, a Chinese political figure and historian.
- November 4 - Watchman Nee, a Chinese church leader and Christian teacher.
- Gan Siqi
- Tang Yunsheng
- Lu Kanru
- Hua Gang
- Li Shuoxun
- Chen Geng
- Zhu Shaowen
- April 11 - Ronglu was a Manchu political and military leader of the late Qing dynasty. (born in April 1836)
- Zhang Peilun