Jiang Yongjing, a famous historian of the Republic of China, died in Taipei at the age of 96.

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 Jiang Yongjing, a famous historian of the Republic of China, died in Taipei at the age of 96.


The report said that after retiring from the History Research Institute of Taiwan Political University, Jiang Yongjing continued to study the history of the Republic of China, and had been taught many times to cross straits College Lectures, and was employed as a guest professor at the Nanjing Universitys modern history research center. Jiang Yongjing, a 9 - ten year old, is still working, and his latest book, Hu Hanmin, Jiang Zhongzheng and Wang Jingwei, together with the Kuomintang, will be publicly listed in April 28th this year. In June 2011, the Department of history of Nanjing University held a ninety birthday celebration for Jiang Yongjing. After his first visit to Nanjing University in 1990, Jiang Yongjing lived and visited Nanjing after his first visit to the Nanjing University in 1990. He donated books of his life to the research center of the history of the Republic of China of Nanjing University for the reference of scholars in the history of the Republic of China and the history of the Kuomintang. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 The report said that after retiring from the History Research Institute of Taiwan Political University, Jiang Yongjing continued to study the history of the Republic of China, and had been taught many times to cross straits College Lectures, and was employed as a guest professor at the Nanjing Universitys modern history research center. Jiang Yongjing, a 9 - ten year old, is still working, and his latest book, Hu Hanmin, Jiang Zhongzheng and Wang Jingwei, together with the Kuomintang, will be publicly listed in April 28th this year. In June 2011, the Department of history of Nanjing University held a ninety birthday celebration for Jiang Yongjing. After his first visit to Nanjing University in 1990, Jiang Yongjing lived and visited Nanjing after his first visit to the Nanjing University in 1990. He donated books of his life to the research center of the history of the Republic of China of Nanjing University for the reference of scholars in the history of the Republic of China and the history of the Kuomintang.