Liu Chi-wen

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Liu Chi-wen (1890–1957) from Canton (Guangdong), was a known follower of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the founder of the Chinese Republic and the Chinese Nationalist Party (Kuomintang). He was educated in Japan, at the London School of Economics and at Cambridge University.

He was the Chief Secretary in Chiang Kai-shek’s Government and was a Mayor of Nanjing in 1928 and Mayor of Canton in 1932.

He was best man at the wedding of Chiang Kai-shek and Soong Mei-ling in 1927.

Liu Wen: Biography of a Revolutionary Leader

In 2005, Liu's family commissioned Betty Peh T’i Wei to compile a biography on Liu based on Liu’s diary and letters, and interviews with his wife, children and colleagues, as well as academic and general publications.

The 184-page titled Liu Chi-wen: Biography of a Revolutionary Leader was published privately by the Liu Chi-Wen family. "The Liu family expect that, by reading this book, the future generations may appreciate the kind of people Mr. and Mrs. Liu were and their contributions to their country and people. The readers may also gain an understanding of this unusual family, their traditional Chinese principles, and own Christian beliefs and values."




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