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On 9 March in Chinese history, Hong Kong and Taiwan

ON 9 MARCH IN CHINESE HISTORY, HONG KONG AND TAIWAN

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Updated on March 9, 2019

141 BC: Liu Che, posthumously known as Emperor Wu of Han, assumes the throne over the Han Dynasty of China up to March 29, 87 BC
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Wu_of_Han
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/intro/history/han/emperor_wu.htm

1850: Qing Dynasty Xianfeng Emperor assume the throne
http://www.galleryhistoricalfigures.com/figuredetail.php?abvrname=Hsien-FengEmpr
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xianfeng_Emperor
http://history.04007.cn/en.php/HisMain/2102.html

1905: In Manchuria, Japanese troops surrounded 200,000 Russian troops that were retreating from Mudken

1932: Henri Pu Yi who reigned as the last emperor of China from 1908 to 1912 becomes regent of the Japanese puppet state Manchukuo
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/chinas-last-emperor-is-japanese-puppet
http://history.04007.cn/en.php/HisMain/2387.html

1947: In Taiwan, KMT authorities start the repression of 28 February riots. In all Taiwan from 18;000 to 28,000 people are killed
http://www.taiwandc.org/228-intr.htm

1958: Death of Cheng Yanqiu, one of the Beijing opera “four most famous ” artists, born on January 1, 1904
http://wiki.china.org.cn/wiki/index.php/Cheng_Yanqiu
http://history.04007.cn/en.php/HisMain/1898.html

1961: Dalaï Lama calls on United Nations for the restoration of independence of Tibet

1977: Birth of Chen Shu, Chinese actress
http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Chen_Shu

1992: China’s accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
http://history.04007.cn/en.php/HisMain/2536.html

2007: In Taiwan, the vice Premier and Finance minister Han Duck-soo, 59 years old is nominated as new Prime Minister, replacing Han Myeong-sook who retakes the leadership of presidential party Uri
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Han_Duck-soo

2013: China’s foreign minister says that Beijing would not abandon North Korea, reiterating China’s longstanding position that dialogue, not sanctions, is the best way to persuade the North to abandon its nuclear weapons
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/10/world/asia/china-says-it-will-not-abandon-north-korea.html?ref=asia&_r=0