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.Guide on Taiwanese falls on deaf ears in China - Real cute: After encountering much lack of understanding, a Taiwanese man writes a guide to help Chinese people understand Taiwanese people; it becomes a bestseller but is useless because the Chinese government censored it before publication to not only remove importaint information but to add propaganda the author never wrote.

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I hereby award you the left half of the half barnstar for editing so well on Taiwan related articles, in spite of our political differences. Ngchen (talk) 02:21, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

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Chiang Unified China[edit]

Encyclopedia of the developing world By Thomas M. Leonard "Chiang assumed the three leadership positions of the Republic of China (ORC); president of the republic, KMT party chairman (which he purged of Communists), and commander of the armed forces. In 1926 through 1927, he led the Northern Expidition against recalcitrant warlords and unified China."

Jung Chang Talkasia Interview Transcript "For example, people say that Mao was the nation builder of China - he unified China. In fact that's not at all true; it was Chiang Kai-shek who unified China, and Mao merely imposed a totalitarian structure on the country." - Jung Chang, author of Wild Swans

Chiang: Father of modern China By Dr. William Fang, Special to The China Post "In 1924, he was appointed by Dr. Sun as the superintendent of the Whampoa Military Academy, which trained the first modernized Chinese army that later defeated feudalistic warlords and unified China in 1927."

CHIANG KAI-SHEK: An article from Funk & Wagnalls® New Encyclopedia. © 2006 World Almanac Education Group. A WRC Media Company. "In the 1930s, after he had unified China under his own leadership and transferred the capital from Beijing to Nanjing, his base of power, Chiang launched a new series of campaigns against the Communists under Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, while at the same time offering resistance to the Japanese, who had invaded Manchuria in 1931."

Chiang Kai-shek by Encarta "After he had unified China under his own leadership, Chiang launched a new series of campaigns in the early and mid-1930s against the Communists under Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) and Zhou Enlai (Chou En-lai), while also offering resistance to the Japanese, who had invaded Dongbei in 1931."

Cross Strait Relations between China and Taiwan[edit]

Cross-Strait Relations between China and Taiwan