Biography of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen







Short Biography of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen


Dr. Sun Yat-sen (November 12, 1866 –March 12, 1925), a Chinese revolutionary and political leader, was frequently revered as the Father of the Nation.  Sun was born to a Hakka family in Cuiheng Village,  Zhongshan county, Guangzhou prefecture, Guangdong province (situated about 26 km or 16 miles north of Macau).

Sun Yat-sen studied at the Anglican Diocesan Home and Orphanage (now the Diocesan Boys' School) in Hong Kong; and later in April 1884, he continued his education at the Central School of Hong Kong (now the Queen's College). In 1892, he was graduated from the Hong Kong College of Medicine (now the Hong Kong University); and later was baptized by an American missionary of the Congregational Church of the United States

He led a military uprising in 1911 which ended five thousand years’ imperial rule and abolished the Qing Dynasty in China.  He became the President of the Republic of China and started the organizational rule of government with basic laws for the land.

Sun died of liver cancer in Beijing at the age of 59 in March 12, 1925.


國父孫中山先生(1866年11月12日-1925年3月12日), 為一位中國的革命家和政治領袖,被尊稱為國父。孫中山先生生於廣東中山縣翠亨客家村,(約位澳門北26公里)。


在1911年孫中山先生率領起義軍, 推翻滿清政制, 結束中國五千年帝國統治。其後成為中國第一任總統,開始了有組織規律及法制的政府。

孫中山先生於1925年3月12日在北京死於肝癌, 終年59歲。

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