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Earliest groups[ edit ] There were many revolutionaries and groups that wanted to overthrow the Qing government to re-establish Han led government. There were 15 members, including Tse Tsan-tai , who did political satire such as "The Situation in the Far East", one of the first ever Chinese manhua , and who later became one of the core founders of the South China Morning Post.
Their motto was "Take one province by force, and inspire the other provinces to rise up". Other notable members include Zhang Binglin and Tao Chengzhang. This is the revolutionary group that would eventually develop a strong link with the later Communist Party.
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Sun Yat-sen was the leader of this unified group. In July several members of Tongmenhui in Tokyo advocated a revolution in the area of the Yangtze River. Many young revolutionaries adopted the radical programs of the anarchists. In Paris Li Shizhen, Wu Zhihui and Zhang Renjie agreed with Sun on the necessity of revolution and joined the Tongmenghui, but argued that a political replacement of one government with another government would not be progress; revolution in family, gender and social values would remove the need for government and coercion.
Zhang Ji was among the anarchists who defended assassination and terrorism as a means toward revolution, but others insisted that only education was justifiable. Many of these anarchists would later assume high positions in the Kuomintang KMT. Leading intellectuals were influenced by books that had survived from the last years of the Ming dynasty, the last dynasty of Han Chinese.
Chinese revolutionary activities in Malaya Assistance from overseas Chinese was important in the Xinhai Revolution. In , the first year of the Revive China Society, the first meeting ever held by the group was held in the home of Ho Fon, an overseas Chinese who was the leader of the first Chinese Church of Christ. Many young people attended the new schools or went abroad to study in places like Japan.
Some were young students like Zou Rong , known for writing the book Revolutionary Army, in which he talked about the extermination of the Manchus for the years of oppression, sorrow, cruelty and tyranny and turning the sons and grandsons of Yellow Emperor into George Washingtons. After the Xinhai Revolution, Sun Yat-sen recalled the days of recruiting support for the revolution and said, "The literati were deeply into the search for honors and profits, so they were regarded as having only secondary importance.
By contrast, organizations like Sanhehui were able to sow widely the ideas of resisting the Qing and restoring the Ming.
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From December , the Qing government created some apparatus to allow the gentry and businessmen to participate in politics. These middle-class people were originally supporters of constitutionalism. However, they became disenchanted when the Qing government created a cabinet with Prince Qing as prime minister. Some Japanese even became members of Tongmenghui.
Mulkern also took part in the revolution. Sun Yat-sen and the revolutionaries infiltrated the New Army. Some uprisings involved groups that never merged with the Tongmenghui.
Sun Yat-sen may have participated in 8—10 uprisings; all uprisings prior to the failed Wuchang Uprising. However, the details of their plans were leaked to the Qing government. Under pressure from the Qing government, the government of Hong Kong forbade these two men to enter the territory for five years.
Their plot was discovered by the governor general of Hunan and Hubei. About twenty conspirators were arrested and executed. However, after the Japanese Prime Minister prohibited Sun Yat-sen from carrying out revolutionary activities on Taiwan, Zheng Shiliang had no choice but to order the army to disperse. This uprising therefore also failed. British soldier Rowland J. Mulkern participated in this uprising.