The Info List - Four Bandits

The Four Bandits, Four Outlaws (四大寇) or the Four Desperados (清末四大寇) was a nickname given to a group of 4 young students in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
who were keen on discussing the current issues in China, and aspired to overthrow the corrupt Qing dynasty
Qing dynasty
run by the Manchus. The four bandits were Yeung Hok-ling, Sun Yat-sen, Chan Siu-bak
Chan Siu-bak
and Yau Lit.[1][2] "Yeung Yiu Kee" (楊耀記), Yeung's family shop located at 24 Gough Street
Gough Street
in Hong Kong, used to be the meeting place of the bandits.[3] One of the Four Bandits, Sun Yat-sen
Sun Yat-sen
later became the leader of China Revolutionary Alliance and the first Provisional President of the Republic of China. At the Dr Sun Yat-sen
Sun Yat-sen
Museum statues were made of the exact picture taken. References[edit]

^ a b Bard, Solomon. Voices from the past: Hong Kong, 1842-1918. [2002] (2002). HK university press. ISBN 962-209-574-7, ISBN 978-962-209-574-8. pg 183. ^ L Fu. (2009). From surgeon-apothecary to statesman: Sun Yat-sen
Sun Yat-sen
at the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
College of Medicine. J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2009; 39:166–72 ^ Macdonald, Phil. [2006] (2006). National Geographic Traveler: Hong Kong, 2nd Ed. National geographic books publishing. ISBN 0-7922-5369-8, ISBN 978-0-7922-5369-3.

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Lu Muzhen
Lu Muzhen
(first wife) Kaoru Otsuki
Kaoru Otsuki
(second wife) Soong Ching-ling
Soong Ching-ling
(third wife) Sun Fo
Sun Fo


Mausoleum Names National Sun Yat-sen
Sun Yat-sen
University Three Principles of the People Roads Suit Sun Yat-sen
Sun Yat-sen

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