Wang Jingwei’s granddaughter Cindy Ho encourages those who wish to pass judgment on Wang to first read his own words and hear his own voice to learn what he really wanted to do.
Many people talk about Wang Jingwei, but few truly know him. He wrote many essays and letters, and made many speeches. But if we continue to talk about his decisions without reading his own words, it is not fair to our own understanding of history. CINDY HO
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Wang Jingwei Nanshe Poetry— Newly Compiled and Revised Edition:
The most complete compilation of Nanshe poetry to date, including 132 scans of Wang Jingwei’s handwritten manuscripts alongside full transcriptions, and the works and anecdotes of more than 200 other members. An indispensable resource for the study of revolutionary literature during China’s Republican period.
What Have I Done in My Life? Wang Jingwei's Decisions In Troubled Times:
A compilation of 365 quotations by Wang Jingwei, categorized under subjects such as government and people, nations and nationalities, war and peace, revolution and sacrifice, philosophy and culture, love and virtue. An accessible introduction for students of Wang Jingwei, as well as China’s Republican Era.