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The 10th of October (Double Ten) marks the creation of the Republic of China in 1911.

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Evening Post. (1956). Chinese children celebrating China’s National Day. Retrieved 14 January 2018, from https://natlib.govt.nz/records/23177333

Photograph taken for the Evening Post newspaper of Wellington by an unidentified staff photographer. Children are from left to right: Annie Wong; Jennie? Wong (Annie's 2nd sister); ? Wong (Annie's 3rd sister); Victor Yee; Norman Wong (Annie's brother); ?; and Phillip Yee. Names of children provided by researcher and added 2016.[1]

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GOING STRONG.—The younger generation of Chinese citizens enjoy the anniversary of the Republic at Wellington yesterday., Auckland Star, Volume LX, Issue 241, 11 October 1929 https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/AS19291011.2.87.2

GOING STRONG.—The younger generation of Chinese citizens enjoy the anniversary of the Republic at Wellington yesterday., Auckland Star, Volume LX, Issue 241, 11 October 1929[2]



  1. Evening Post. (1956). Chinese children celebrating China’s National Day. Retrieved 14 January 2018, from https://natlib.govt.nz/records/23177333
  2. Going Strong.—the Younger Generation of Chinese Citizens Enjoy the Anniversary of the Republic at Wellington Yesterday. (1929, October 11). Auckland Star, p. 8. Retrieved from https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/AS19291011.2.87.2?query=chinese

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