A Trove of Handwritten Documents, Published for the First Time!

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Book launch poster

Wang Jingwei and Modern China will officially launch tomorrow, 17 July! To celebrate the publication of this series, the Wang Jingwei Irrevocable Trust will be handing out free copies of a specially printed booklet featuring Mr. Ho Mang Hang’s exposition of Wang Jingwei’s “Shuhuai” (“Recounting My Inner Thoughts”) to everyone who visits our Hong Kong Book Fair stall—while supplies last, … Read More

“Hanjian is Too Grave— Wang Jingwei Descendant Speaks” by Wengin Hsu

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When Cindy Ho, Wang Jingwei Irrevocable Trust trustee and Wang Jingwei’s granddaughter, gave an interview to Wengin Hsu for the newspaper China Times published on July 12, 2019, she said:To ask a family member how to evaluate Wang Jingwei is not meaningful. What I hope for, is that in the future, when people speak about Wang Jingwei, they will not … Read More

Wang Jingwei & Modern China Debuts at the Hong Kong Book Fair

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Wang Jingwei & Modern China (China Times Publishing Co.) hits the market next Wednesday the 17th at the Hong Kong Book Fair! Renowned writer/journalist Chip Tsao (known as To Kit) will host the launch seminar on the 19th with editorial consultant Liang Jiyong and series managing editor Cindy Ho, who will speak on the origin and historical value of this … Read More

Wang Jingwei Poetry – Newly Edited To Be Featured at International Poetry Conference in Hong Kong on July 9, 2019

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Event:A Preliminary Study of Wang Jingwei Poetry – Newly EditedSpeaker:Professor Tang Chiu KayDate:July 9, 2019Times:12:10-12:30Location:Chu Hai College of Higher Education, 80 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun, N.T. Hong Kong Professor Tang Chiu Kay, Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Chu Hai College of Higher Education and author of the preface for the new book Wang Jingwei Poetry … Read More

“Right or Wrong: A Closer Look” by To Kit (Chip Tsao)

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In an article for Mingpao Monthly, renowned Hong Kong-based columnist, broadcaster, and author To Kit (Chip Tsao) pointed out that the publication of Wang Jingwei & Modern China is a major event in the study of modern Chinese history. To understand a character, To wrote, one needs to understand his self analysis, and not use nationalist sentiments to jump to … Read More

Countdown to Launch at the Hong Kong Book Fair on July 17, 2019!

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The Wang Jingwei Irrevocable Trust announces the publication of a six-volume series Wang Jingwei & Modern China featuring many never-before-published Wang Jingwei handwritten manuscripts, including the 124-page draft of Wang’s unfinished autobiography, numerous examples of poetry and personal letters. With 120 of Wang’s most essential political writings and speeches and first-hand accounts by some of Wang’s closest associates, the six-volume … Read More

“Wang Jingwei’s Granddaughter Publishes Collected Works of Grandfather” by Ming Yan Cheng

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On May 27, 2019, Ming Yan Cheng introduced Wang Jingwei & Modern China in the Hong Kong newspaper Mingpao. A seasoned personality, Mr. Cheng was formerly chief editor of Apple Daily. In this article, he spoke about the scholarly study of Wang Jingwei, and Ho Mang Hang’s contribution to the book series. On May 27, 2019, Ming Yan Cheng introduced Wang … Read More

Questioning The Diaries of Chen Kai-wen: 1937-1952 by Cindy Ho & Liang Jiyong

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Wang Jingwei & Modern China Chief Editor Cindy Ho and philologist Dr. Liang Jiyong called into question the veracity of The Diaries of Chen Kai-wen: 1937-1952 (here referred to as “Diaries”) in two articles published in March and August, 2019 in the Hong Kong periodical Mingpao Monthly. Ho is a granddaughter of Wang Jingwei (1883-1944) and Chen Bijun (1896-1959) . “Diaries,” edited by Dr. Chen Fong-Ching, … Read More