New Youth magazine Founded in 1915 by Chen Duxiu a revolutionary New Youth

New youth magazine founded in 1915 by chen duxiu a

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New Youth magazineFounded in 1915 by Chen Duxiu, a revolutionary, New Youth, written in colloquial Chinese, was an influential magazine that played an importnt role in initiating the New Culture Movement. To Chen, its use would open literature to “the people” and free thought from the stultifying effect of old mindsets.Lu XunLu Xun is a leading figure of modern Chinese literature. He was one of the first to write well in the vernacular, educated in Japan and well read in European literature. His worksexerted a substantial influence after the May 4th Movement, challenaging traditional Chinese civilization. Versailles Peace Conference 1919It was the meeting of the Allied victors, following the end of World War I. It took place in Paris in 1919 and was handling the disposition of German rights in Shandong Province, China. To Chinese people, it was unfair that Japan claimed German rights in Shandong and Japanese diplomats won the consent of the warlord government that held Beijing at the time.Chinese Communist Party (CCP) founded 1921
The Chinese Communist Party is the founding and ruling political party of the People Republic of China. It was founded in 1921, chiefly by revolutionaries Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao. The First United Front 1923-27The cooperation between the CCP and KMT in 1923; the goal was to end warlordism in China.In 1927, Nationalist Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek purged the Communists from the Front, which initiated a civil war.The Northern Expedition 1926-28It is a military campaign led by Nationalist Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek from 1926-1928.It led to the end of warlordism, the reunification of China in 1928 and the establishment of the Nanjing government.Nanjing Decade: 1927-37It was the decade from 1927 to 1937 in the Republic of China. During that time period, China was unified and many changes were made, leading huge progress in economy, transportation, culture, education, agriculture, etc.

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