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English: The document bearing Sun Yat-sen's official seal, commissioning Feng Ziyou and Li Zizhong as head of China Tong-men Hui branches in Hong Kong, Guang zhou and Macao. Sun Yat Sen is the father of China and died at 1925, therefore the photo must be in public domain.

Sources:Sun Yat-Sen In commemoration of the 130th anniversary of Dr. Sun's birth. Edited by Shanghai Museum of Sun Yat-Sen's Former Residence.



來源︰孫中山 紀念孫中山先生誕辰130週年 上海孫中山故居紀念館編。


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