Taiwan Independence Movements during the Nationalist Government Control
Initially, the Taiwanese (including aborigines) accepted the Nationalist Government control of Taiwan after the Japanese surrender in 1945, without much resistance. However, Chinese Governor Chen Yi's oppression and exploitation of the Taiwanese, which exceeded that of the Japanese, were more than the Taiwanese could bear, and it culminated in the island-wide anti-Chinese uprising of February 28, 1947.
There were a few conferences of the Taiwanese revolutionaries in Hong Kong during the summer of 1947. Among major members were Thomas Liao, who went to Shanghai before the February 28 upris…
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