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Mobile Book Taiwan By Renzhi Notes
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The Mobile Book is your travel guide. You can read by iPad or smartphone(some need install epub file reader). Travel to Taiwan. Taipei 101, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall ,National Revolutionary Martyrs'... More > Shrine ,Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall ,228 Peace Memorial Park,Yehliu Geopark ,Presidential Office Building,National Palace Museum, National Museum of History, Sun Moon Lake, Wen Wu Temple ,Yuanshan Great Hotel ,Fo Guang Shan, Kaohsiung City, Fo Guang Shan ,Taroko National Park.< Less
Ten Days in Taiwan: A Travelogue By Nathan L. Hoofnel
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Nathan Hoofnel's 2012 travelogue from his summer trip to Taiwan. Includes stories from Taipei, Hualien, Taroko Gorge, Qingshui Cliffs, Taitung, and Kaohsiung. He shares stories about his... More > experiences in everything from foods to people to sights to culture. An interesting look into the self-proclaimed "Heart of Asia", that is...Taiwan.< Less
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My Father, Li Chi-shen By Michael O'Donnell
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A Biography of Li Chi-shen, famous general during the Chinese Revolution and right hand man to Chiang Kai-shek, as told by his son P. K. Lee to the author. Li, a disciple of Sun Yet-sen, helped unify... More > southern China before joining with Chiang to unify all of China under the Republic. He later broke with Chiang, forming the Min Ge Political Party, which still exists today as China's second largest party. Li joined the Communists in Beijing in 1948 to help bring an end to the fighting and to support a unified China. He preformed diplomatic duties for Mao Tse-tung until his death in 1955.< Less
My Father, Li Chi-shen By Michael O'Donnell
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A Biography of Li Chi-shen, famous general during the Chinese Revolution and right hand man to Chiang Kai-shek, as told by his son P. K. Lee to the author. Li, a disciple of Sun Yet-sen, helped unify... More > southern China before joining with Chiang to unify all of China under the Republic. He later broke with Chiang, forming the Min Ge Political Party, which still exists today as China's second largest party. Li joined the Communists in Beijing in 1948 to help bring an end to the fighting and to support a unified China. He preformed diplomatic duties for Mao Tse-tung until his death in 1955.< Less
My Father, Li Chi-shen By Michael O'Donnell
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A Biography of Li Chi-shen, famous general during the Chinese Revolution and right hand man to Chiang Kai-shek, as told by his son P. K. Lee to the author. Li, a disciple of Sun Yet-sen, helped unify... More > southern China before joining with Chiang to unify all of China under the Republic. He later broke with Chiang, forming the Min Ge Political Party, which still exists today as China's second largest party. Li joined the Communists in Beijing in 1948 to help bring an end to the fighting and to support a unified China. He preformed diplomatic duties for Mao Tse-tung until his death in 1955.< Less
World War 2 Flying Tigers Volume 2 By Ronald Ledwell
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The Flying Tigers: The dark days at the beginning of World War 2 saw the Japanese victorious across the Pacific. Clair Chennault was called to China by Chiang Kai-Shek to help his failing Chinese Air... More > Force combat the Japanese Imperial Army. Chennault recruited one hundred American pilots as volunteers for the American Volunteer Group and they were secretly sent to China by ship. With one hundred and twenty P-40 fighters the “AVG” confronted the Japanese armed forces, decisively helping to stem the rising Japanese tide.< Less
World War 2: The Flying Tigers By Ronald Ledwell
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The Flying Tigers: The dark days at the beginning of World War 2 saw the Japanese victorious across the Pacific. Clair Chennault was called to China by Chiang Kai-shek to help his failing Chinese Air... More > Force combat the Japanese Imperial Army. Chennault recruited one hundred American pilots as volunteers for the American Volunteer Group and they were secretly sent to China by ship. With one hundred and twenty P-40 fighters the “AVG” confronted the Japanese armed forces, decisively helping to stem the rising Japanese tide.< Less