exile in Hong Kong

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  • After the defeat of the Kuomintang in 1949 he went into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Under terms of this agreement, Emilio Aguinaldo and other revolutionary leaders went into exile in Hong Kong.
  • They included his later trips, home and back again to Europe through Japan and the United States, and, finally, through his self-imposed exile in Hong Kong.
  • Lukban spent his exile in Hong Kong studying military science under the Lord Commander Joseph Churchase of the British Naval command.
  • Other revolutionary leaders were given amnesty and a monetary indemnity by the Spanish government in return for which the rebel government agreed to go into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Fang Zhenwu was forced into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Emilio Aguinaldo have returned from exile in Hong Kong and is amassing a large force to drive out the Spanish from Cavite.
  • Following on that pact, Emilio Aguinaldo, who had been leader of the Katipunan, went into exile in Hong Kong along with other revolutionary leaders.
  • He was one of the principal leaders of the Fujian Rebellion and the Productive People's Party, the failure of which forced him into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Emilio Aguinaldo (who had replaced Bonfiacio as leader) and other revolutionary leaders accepted a payment from Spain and went into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Aguinaldo and his fellow revolutionaries were given amnesty and monetary indemnity by the Spanish Government, in return for which the revolutionary government would go into exile in Hong Kong.
  • After the Pact of Biak-na-Bato, he went into exile in Hong Kong with Aguinaldo and other revolutionary leaders.
  • Lastly, Filipino residents in Paris, urged by the Philippine government in exile in Hong Kong, made a commission calling for the recognition of the Republic.
  • The earlier design of the current Philippine flag was conceptualized by Emilio Aguinaldo during his exile in Hong Kong in 1897.
  • After the Chinese Civil War and the Kuomintang's retreat to Taiwan, Du went into exile in Hong Kong and remained there until his death in 1951.
  • That Emilio Aguinaldo and his comrades, during their exile in Hong Kong, had uniforms made of rayadillo in this popular sporting pattern is another probable origin.
  • When the Pact of Biak-na-Bato was signed, he was asked by Aguinaldo to be one of the members of his party going into exile in Hong Kong.
  • Aquinaldo therefore signed the Pact of Biak-na-Bato and went into exile in Hong Kong at the end of 1897.
  • In 1930, del Pilar's body was exhumed and was identified by the gold tooth and braces he had installed while in exile in Hong Kong.
  • The design was conceptualized by Emilio Aguinaldo during his exile in Hong Kong in 1897, and formally adopted in 1898.
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