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Posted by Patrick Nyam on December 13, 2002 at 05:47:04:

In Reply to: Kuomintang general posted by Hwa Shi-Hsia on July 18, 2002 at 18:17:15:

: I'd like to know if there are any detailed and accessible (in English) sites that have historical information about Kuomintang officials.

: I'm trying to find something on my grandfather, who was a general and military governor in Guangdong under the Kuomintang government. His name spelt in pinyin would be Hua2 Zhen4 Zhong1. (zhong1hua2 de hua2, zhen4 means 'shake', i think, and zhong1hua2 de zhong1).

: His family fled to Malaysia when the communists took over. He died before i was born, and destroyed all his records. by the way, we're of Hakka descent; don't know if that helps.

If you know the town he lived in Malaysia, it may not be difficult to find his sons or daughters.
The Last name could be spelled Wah, Wa or Hwa
Check this out: www.chineseroots.com
Hope it helps.


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