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On 19 September in Chinese history, Hong Kong and Taiwan

ON 19 SEPTEMBER IN CHINESE HISTORY, HONG KONG AND TAIWAN

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Updated on September 19, 2019

1123: Death of Emperor Taizu of Jin, born on August 1, 1068
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Taizu_of_Jin

1931: Following the Mukden Incident (September 18), Japan Kwantung Army takes Mukden and starts to invade Manchuria
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_invasion_of_Manchuria

1970: Birth of Christy Chung (Zheng Lìtí), Canadian-Chinese Actress. Born in Montreal to a Chinese father and a Vietnamese mother
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christy_Chung
http://www.brns.com/pages2/christych1.html

1984: China and Britain complete a draft agreement transferring Hong Kong from British to Chinese rule by 1997

2004: Former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin gives up to Hu Jintao his last position, the chairmanship of the Central Military Commission

2005: In Beijing, North Korea agrees in the principle to renounce to its nuclear programs

2010: China suspends high-level exchanges with Japan and promises tough countermeasures after a Japanese court extended the detention of a Chinese trawler captain who collided with two Japanese coastguard ships
http://news.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Asia/Story/A1Story20100919-237986.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-11363024

2014: Chinese troops have begun pulling back from the disputed border with India as President Xi Jinping wrapped up a rare visit to New Delhi overshadowed by the stand-off at the remote frontier
http://www.dawn.com/news/1132984/china-troops-withdraw-from-india-border-as-xi-visit-ends
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/hours-after-withdrawing-chinese-troops-cross-into-chumar-region-again/

2016: A group of opposition officials from Taiwan bypass the government and travel to China on a bridge-building trip as relations with Beijing turn frosty under new president Tsai Ing-wen