Wang Jingwei and Zeng Zhongming

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Wang Jingwei’s granddaughter Cindy Ho said, “Each year around this time in March, I think about Wang Jingwei and Zeng Zhongming.” 

In the middle of the night of March 20, 1939 the attempted assassination of Wang Jingwei took place in Hanoi. Zeng Zhongming was critically injured and died from his wounds the following day. On March 27, the heartbroken Wang Jingwei published an essay, “One Example,” (the full text was translated by T'ang Leang-li, please see p. 67 in “The People’s Tribune: A fortnightly review of China and the Far East”, Shanghai: China United Press, 1939) which includes the following:

[A]s long as I have even one breath of life in me, I must exert all effort to realize our policy — not only for the sake of comforting my friend who will never leave my mind, but, and even more so, for the sake of the the nation whose existence depends on the realization of that policy.WANG JINGWEI

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Wang Jingwei’s Political Discourse— Newly Compiled and Revised Edition:
The first anthology of Wang Jingwei’s writings spanning his entire political career from 1905 to 1944 — and the first e-book of Wang’s handwritten manuscripts ever published.
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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.
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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.
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1937: A War Begins:
Excerpted and beautifully translated into Chinese by Ho Mang Hang from the final six chapters of Through China’s Wall, by acclaimed American author Graham S. Peck (1914-1968).
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