On 16 July in Chinese history, Hong Kong and Taiwan

2001-07-16 Traité amitié

ON 16 JULY IN CHINESE HISTORY, HONG KONG AND TAIWAN

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Updated on July 16, 2017

1683: Chinese Qing dynasty naval force, under Admiral Shi Lang, defeats the Taiwan kingdom of Tungning (founded by Koxinga) in the Battle of Penghu near the Pescadores Islands
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Tungning
http://www.zonaeuropa.com/20060403_2.htm

1900: Russia launch an offensive against the Chinese in Manchuria

1900-07-16 Russia attack in Mandchuria

1920: China joins the League of Nations
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/League_of_Nations.aspx

1935: Death of Zheng Zhengqiu, Shanghai screenwriter, director and playwright, born on January 25, 1889
http://www.chinesemirror.com/index/2007/03/rebel_with_a_ca.html
http://www.dianying.com/en/person/ZhengZhengqiu

1948: The storming of the cockpit of the Miss Macao passenger seaplane, marks the first skyjacking of a commercial plane
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miss_Macao

1960: Soviet Union breaks off with China and calls back all its experts in China while suspending all cooperation agreements
https://www.marxists.org/subject/stalinism/origins-future/ch3-1.htm
http://countrystudies.us/china/128.htm

2001: Chinese president Jiang Zemin and his Russian counterpart Putin sign a Treaty of Amity, the second one in history
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/17/world/russia-and-china-sign-friendship-pact.html
http://edition.cnn.com/2001/WORLD/europe/07/16/missile.treaty/index.html?eref=sitesearch

2001-07-16 Traité amitié

2005: In Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou, Mayor of Taipei is elected chairman of the KMT, up to February 2007

2011: A Chinese bishop ordained without papal approval is excommunicated for accepting his new post. The Rev. Joseph Huang Bingzhang, was ordained as bishop of the Diocese of Shantou by China’s state-run Catholic Church. He is the third bishop to be appointed without papal approval in recent months
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/17/world/asia/17vatican.html?_r=1&ref=asia

 



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