Ma Visits Wuhan's 1911 Revolution Museum 訪辛亥革命博物院 馬學國父口音喊三民主義

C. Chuang
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Former President Ma Ying-jeou is currently visiting China. His itinerary took him to the 1911 Revolution Museum in Wuhan on March 30, which explains how Sun Yat-sen established the Republic of China.

Ma Ying-jeou, Former President: “Three Principles of the People, Five-Power Constitution.”

Former President Ma Ying-jeou stood at the spot where Sun Yat-sen gave a speech in Wuhan in 1912 and imitated Sun. Ma is currently on a trip to China, and he visited Wuhan on March 30. His first stop was the 1911 Revolution Museum, where the exhibits explain how Sun overthrew the Qing Dynasty and established the Republic of China.

This notice informed people what the objective of the Wuchang Uprising was, which was to oppose tyranny. There's also a sentence on establishing the Republic of China.

At one point, Ma asked the docent to pause for a second and turned around to ask the students accompanying him if they know what the Five-Colored Flag symbolizes. The delegation then headed to an exhibit on Wuhan's efforts to fight COVID-19. There were numerous people awaiting along the roads to catch a glimpse of Ma's motorcade.

Ma Ying-jeou, Former President: “We welcome you all to come and visit Taiwan!”

Ma's original itinerary did not include visiting the exhibit on COVID-19, and Ma explained that this was to give the media a nice surprise. He also expressed his hopes for post-pandemic cross-Strait exchanges. 

Ma Ying-jeou, Former President: “I think everyone is doing their best to make epidemic prevention efforts more complete, and there is a lot of room for cooperation between the two sides. We have agreements on medical technology cooperation with China, and we hope to make full use of them.”

This was the fourth day of Ma's 12-day trip, whose purposes are to worship ancestors and take part in exchanges. Taiwan Affairs Office Director Song Tao will accompany Ma to Hubei and Hunan to sweep graves and pay respects to ancestors in the next few days.