Fourth Movement

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  1. Other articles where New Culture Movement is discussed: May Fourth Movement: As part of this New Culture Movement, they attacked traditional Confucian ideas and exalted Western ideas, particularly science and democracy. Their inquiry into liberalism, pragmatism, nationalism, anarchism, and socialism provided a basis from which to criticize traditional Chinese ethics, .
  2. The Tiananmen Square protests, commonly known in mainland China as the June Fourth Incident (Chinese: 六四事件, liùsì shìjiàn, literally six-four incident), were student-led demonstrations held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing during The popular national movement inspired by the Beijing protests is sometimes called the '89 Democracy Movement .
  3. The Chinese Communists see the May Fourth Movement (named for the students' mass demonstration of May 4, ) as the beginning of a popular movement that brought them to power thirty years later. The heart of the movement involved criticism by China's young intelligentsia of traditional thought and institutions and a search for new solutions in terms of .
  4. The so-called "May 4th Movement" or "new culture" movement began in China around , following the failure of the Revolution to establish a republican government, and continued through the s. Its importance equals if not surpasses the more commonly known political revolutions of the century.
  5. May Fourth Movement The May Fourth Movement started in Beijing on May 4, was an epochal event in modern Chinese history. (Joseph, ) It was anti-imperialist, anti-feudal and anti-warlord leaded by nationalists, young students, and factory workers. The humiliating Treaty of Japan’s Twenty One in Versailles enraged Chinese people.
  6. Oct 16,  · Today marks the th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement. The May Fourth Movement was, however, far more than the student demonstration against the unfair treatment China received at the Paris Peace Conference; it had a far-reaching impact on China’s political development and cultural evolution in the first half of the twentieth century.

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