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Chapter Summary

This chapter overviews the changes brought by China tidal wave in Fuzhou, Fujian province in Beijing. In Fuzhou, the provincial capital, twenty three percent of the population had more than three million yuan in their accounts. The people of Fuzhou, infuriated by the government's announcement freezing private deposits, this morning attacked the provincial Governor's residence and clashed with Armed Police. The design was much admired and mainly because of it, everyone spoke of 'The Green Exhibition'. Being an officially recognized organization, the Green Association had escaped suppression by the new regime, but recently it set up an 'ideological guidance committee'. Some people considered if Fujian won its independence the money would be needed for construction; if not, it would be needed for war. Fujian will unreservedly respect and uphold its sovereignty, obey its constitution and within the world family, make a great contribution to the prosperity of the Chinese people.

Keywords: Beijing; China tidal wave; Fujian Province; Fuzhou; Green Exhibition



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