Wang Jingwei: China’s Traitor or Protector?

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BBC World Service program Witness History reporter Ben Henderson interviewed Mr. Pan Chia-sheng, who had lived in the occupied areas, to witness the changes in the security situation in Nanjing and the Japanese army before and after the establishment of Wang Jingwei’s government. The program was broadcast on January 24th, tune in now!When Wang Jingwei established his government in Nanjing, … Read More

New Year Special: 30% OFF eBooks

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To celebrate the arrival of the new year and express our gratitude to our readers, we are launching a one-month promotion on all of our eBooks available on Google, Apple, and Amazon in collaboration with Eight Corners Books. Throughout January, anyone who purchases our books on these three platforms will enjoy a 30% discount! Our eBooks are also available on … Read More

“Wang Jingwei’s Granddaughter Leaves You to Decide Right and Wrong” by Chen Kuo-wei

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中央廣播電台 09012023

Cindy Ho is not a researcher of history or literature, but she feels a special responsibility to share the valuable firsthand material. This is especially true when she hears that Wang Jingwei‘s poetry collection has ceased publication in Hong Kong for reasons unknown to her. Radio Taiwan Internal reporter Chen Kuo-wei issued a report on September 1, 2023 on the … Read More

Wang Jingwei’s Poetic Legacy

編輯 EditorAbout the books, Announcements

The two-volume Wang Jingwei’s Poetry: Unabridged Edition with Calligraphy and Annotations, published by the Wang Jingwei Irrevocable Trust in collaboration with Eightcorners Books on September 2, 2023 is available for pre-sale at Taipei’s Kishu An Forest of Literature in limited numbers. Worldwide distribution is coming very soon…  Hoes does the paperback differ from the hardcover edition?  The new edition is … Read More