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Chapter 5

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This chapter reveals the changes brought forth by China tidal wave in Beijing on Zhongnanhai, Shandong Peninsula, Fuzhou, Zhejiang Province, the Xianxia Pass, Nanjing Command HQ, Zhengzhou City, Henan Province. The Fujian declaration had been made thirty-eight hours ago, followed by Guangdong, Hainan Island, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shanghai and finally Guangxi. There had been much discussion in the meeting on the action the new government should take: political or military. Silence was the most important rule-a matter of success or failure. One of the most important operations, after the military took over the country, was to assemble an enormous number of homeless refugees from all over the country to work on Yellow River conservancy projects. Popular mass movements in China since 1919 have always shouted loudly about the concept of democracy, but no one ever came up with a detailed system and procedure that might make it into a reality.

Keywords: Henan Province; Xianxia Pass; Zhejiang Province; Zhengzhou City; Zhongnanhai



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