Tang Caichang

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Tang Caichang (Chinese: 唐才常; pinyin: Táng Cáicháng; 1867 – 22 August 1900) was a late Qing dynasty reformer and political activist. He, as well as fellow reformer Tan Sitong, is from Liuyang. He was chosen by Kang Youwei to lead an uprising in Hankou, however he and thirty others were arrested by Qing forces before it ever began on August 21, 1900. By order of Zhang Zhidong, he was beheaded the following day in Wuchang. He is considered by the Chinese to be a martyr for revolution.

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External links

  • Baidu article in Chinese about Tang Caichang
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