Kuomintang Youth League (中國國民黨青年團), also known as Young KMT, is a youth group under the Kuomintang (中國國民黨). The Kuomintang Youth League was created in 2006 by former Kuomintang Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) during his term as chairman to help promote cultural and political awareness among Chinese youths. The Kuomintang Youth League now has numerous chapters spread throughout the sovereign lands of the Republic of China and its extensive overseas network include many cities in the United States.
The Kuomintang Youth League was established in 2006 by former Kuomintang Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) during his term as chairman. The primary goal of the Kuomintang Youth League is to serve the Republic of China and the local communities. Because many youths are frustrated with the political situation of the Republic of China, the Kuomintang Youth League hopes to use young people's passion for politics to contribute to society. In addition to passionate youths, the Kuomintang Youth League hopes to regain the trust of apathetic youths. Because of the current ruling party's (Democratic Progressive Party 民進黨) widespread corruptions accusations, many Chinese youths have lost faith in politicians and try to avoid the topic altogether. Hoping to regain the support of youths in politics, the Kuomintang developed the Youth League to help bring political awareness to students.
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