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English: Calligraphy by former President Chiang Kai-shek etched on a rock in Kinmen reads, "Never forget our occupied country" - an allusion to the Warring States Period when the State of Qi, cornered into the City of Ju by the State of Yan, successfully counterattacked and retook its territory. This is intended as an analogy to the situation between the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China. Other slogans alluding to "retaking the mainland" can still be found in Kinmen.
中文(繁體)‎: 金門縣莒光樓外,蔣中正的毋忘在莒摩崖。
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current 13:30, 14 July 2005 Thumbnail for version as of 13:30, 14 July 2005 960 × 1,280 (610 KB) Seasurfer 蔣中正的毋忘在莒石碑 金門縣的莒光樓 阿仁(seasurfer)拍攝 時間:2005年7月6日 Wu Wang Zai Ju stone written by Chiang Kai Sek, taken by seasurfer on 6.7.2005 in Kinmen. {{GFDL}}

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