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Recorded Speeches
Wang Jingwei was known to be one of modern China’s great orators. Unlike most of his contemporaries, Wang’s public speeches could be truly spell-binding and persuasive. Yet recordings of his speeches are few in number and exceedingly rare today. These recordings, some in Cantonese, others in Southwestern Mandarin, provide a sample for researchers to experience the tone and cadence of Wang’s speechmaking.
Clarifying Two Types
of Doubts

22 July 1939
(in Cantonese)

Clarifying Two Types
of Doubts

22 July 1939
(in Southwestern Mandarin)

How To
Achieve Peace

9 August 1939 (in Cantonese)
Introduction likely by Lin Bosheng

Concerted Effort Towards
The Common Goal
30 March 1940
(in Southwestern Mandarin)

Relations between Party
Rule & Democracy

Date unknown
 (in Southwestern Mandarin)
Wang Jingwei & Modern China