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Who is Soong Ching-ling?
Soong Ching-ling was the second wife of Sun Yat-sen, leader of the 1911 revolution that established the Republic of China, and was often referred to as Madame Sun Yat-sen. She was a member of the Soong family, and together with her siblings played a prominent role in China's politics prior to 1949.
- also known as Qingling Song
- born on (122 years ago) in Shanghai, child of Charlie Soong
- ethnicity: Mainland Chinese
- nationality: China
- education: Wesleyan College
- profession: Politician
- Marriage with Sun Yat-sen between and (9 years and 4 months)
- died on (34 years ago) in Beijing
- written work: "The struggle for new China"
- Soong Ching-ling is a fictional representation of the second wife of Sun Yat-sen Soong Ching-ling.
- Soong Ching-ling is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Founding of a Republic.
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by Helen Rappaport
Soong Ching-ling. 1952. The Struggle for a New China.
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