Chinese unification (disambiguation)
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Chinese unification refers to the potential political unification of China and Taiwan on either side of Taiwan Strait as one sovereign state.
Chinese unification or unification of China can also refer to:
- 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
- Jin dynasty, which unified China from the division of Three Kingdoms after Han
- Sui dynasty, which unified China from the approximately 300 years division of Sixteen Kingdoms and Northern and Southern dynasties after the short unification of Jin
- Yuan dynasty, the Mongolian empire that unified China by the conquest of Jurchen Jin, Western Xia, Tibet, Western Liao, Dali and Southern Song successively
- Qing dynasty, the Manchu empire that unified China by the conquest of Shun dynasty and Southern Ming successively
- Chinese reunification (1928)
- Transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong to China which occurred in 1997
- Transfer of sovereignty over Macau to China which occurred in 1999
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