Title

客家先贤孙中山与美国

Translated Titles

Sun Yet-sen: Hakka's Outstanding Man and United States of America

Authors

韩信夫(Xin-Fu Han)

Key Words

客家先贤 ; 孙中山 ; 檀香山 ; 美国本土 ; 美国革命 ; Hakka outstanding man ; Honolulu ; American land ; American revolution

PublicationName

贛南師範學院學報

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

26卷4期(2005 / 08 / 20)

Page #

23 - 27

Content Language

簡體中文

Chinese Abstract

孙中山从1878至1910年共六次到檀香山。在檀接受西方教育。1894年11月24日创立中国资产阶级第一个革命团体兴中会,揭开了中国资产阶级革命的序幕。檀岛成为孙中山领导革命的摇篮和策源地。 1896年,孙中山首次踏上美国本土,对华侨(含客家)进行反清宣传,旋又于1904年、1909年、1911年三次到美,联络华侨组织洪门(致公堂),建立同盟会,策动致公堂加入革命,并促使致公堂与同盟会实行大联合,成立洪门筹饷局,为革命筹款,直到辛亥武昌首义成功,孙中山方于1911年12月25日回国,抵上海。 本文提出两个观点,即:孙中山领导的革命,是美国革命的继续;客家与美国的关系,是互动的。

English Abstract

Sun Yet-sen had been to Honolulu six times during 1878 through to 1910, where he received western education. On Nov, 24, 1894, he established Zhongxing Association, the first Chinese bourgeois revolutionary organization, which inaugurated Chinese bourgeois revolution. Honolulu became the cradle and base for the revolution led by Sun Yet-sen. In 1896 for the first time, Sun Yet-sen arrived to the American Land. He called on the overseas Chinese (lincluding Hakkas) to fight against The Qing Government. Later in 1904, 1909 and 1911 for three times, he arrived to the America to keep up relations with the overseas organization Hongmen (Zhigong Tang), established the United League of China and persuaded Zhigong Tang to join the revolution. He led to the great unification between Zhigong Tang and the United League of China to found Hongmen Foundation Bureau for the revolution. Till Dec. 25, 1911 the first success of Xuighe Wuchang Uprising, Sun didn't return to Shanghai China. This paper brings forward tow 1niitts of view: the revolution led by Sun Yet-sen was the continuity of American revolution; Hakka people and American people were reacted each other.

Topic Category 人文學 > 人文學綜合
社會科學 > 社會科學綜合
社會科學 > 社會學
社會科學 > 政治學
社會科學 > 法律學