Xinhai geming (1911 Revolution)

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Year:
2011
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I die

for the Revolution.

No Chinese Woman has yet shed blood

for the Revolution.

I shall be the first,

although the world doesn't know much

about the Revolution.

I leave behind my husband and children.

My death

is my contribution to the Revolution.

It will build an indestructible home

for all people,

a peaceful and calm world for all children.

The long-enslaved masses are numb,

they know not peace, nor calm.

These two children

will soon lose their mother.

I die for all children.

I die for the Revolution.

I'm not afraid, nor do I care about death.

I rejoice at my martyrdom:

At this moment

I cry with blissful tears.

Put the donation boxes in prominent spots.

Go over to the door.

Be vigilant.

Yes.

Let Mr. Sun rest.

Don't disturb him.

Yes.

Juemin.

Who's that?

Who?

Look.

What?

Go, quick.

Get up, there's a woman here.

Don't bother, just go.

Keqiang.

Time to get up.

Get up.

Let me sleep three more minutes.

Alright.

Get up.

Two minutes.

Fine.

Two minutes.

One minutes.

I'll get up.

I should go to Guangzhou for the uprising.

What?

You forgot the committee's

decision last night?

Keqiang, listen.

I won't.

I must throw myself into battle.

Then last night's meeting was a waste.

Why can't we talk it through again?

There's nothing to discuss.

Huang Xing leads the Guangzhou uprising.

Sun Wen handles fundraising overseas.

We voted.

Promise.

Promise.

These are donations from abroad.

Overseas Chinese helped us.

I promised them.

I cannot fail them,

I must carry out my pledge.

It's not a personal promise

but Tongmenghui's promise.

They wrote these letters.

Who's this Woman?

Zonghan.

Xu Zonghan.

Tongmenghui member from my village.

I'm Huang Xing.

Zonghan coordinates underground

organizations in Guangzhou.

You two pretend to be husband and wife.

It's a good cover.

No, it's not appropriate.

Why not?

I'm a woman and I don't care.

What are you afraid of?

It's easy to die in battle,

but hard to motivate the living.

You have the difficult task.

The Guangzhou uprising

will finish off the Qing Dynasty.

Take this pocket watch.

On the day of the uprising,

we'll monitor time together.

Go,

Charge.

Quick.

Quick.

Destroy this wall.

Yes.

You rebel.

You dare revolt.

You revolutionary.

You dare revolt.

You...

You...

Where's Zhang Mingqi?

I don't know.

Quick.

And my Wife.

Quick.

Comrades taking part in the uprising

know me better.

It's easier for me to coordinate...

Nonsense.

I can wield my pen

and scalpel,

why not a gun?

Remember:
You're still a wanted man

by the Qing court,

you can't risk it.

If you return to China

to lead the uprising,

you're being irresponsible.

Yu Peilun.

Yu Peilun.

Yu Peilun.

Here.

We couldn't Contact the other groups.

Zhang Mingqi ran away.

Keqiang said,

if the uprising fails,

you must inform Sun Wen immediately.

What else did he say?

He said,

if he's not back by dusk,

you must leave Guangzhou at once.

Quick.

Back off. All of you.

Listen to my command.

Attack from the sides.

- Yes.

- Hand grenades.

- Yes.

- Follow me.

Charge.

Keqiang.

Your hand.

Keqiang.

Don't mind me, charge.

Yes.

Charge.

Get away.

Run.

- What are you doing?

- Run.

Let me go.

Let me go.

Yu Peilun.

Gentlemen,

our fundraiser today

was originally organized

for the Guangzhou uprising.

But just now,

I received news.

Fighting in Guangzhou has ceased.

The uprising has failed.

The telegram states,

the uprising failed,

many of our core members are dead.

You've never met them.

These young people who died were talented,

some came from rich families,

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