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Descendants of Sun Yat-sen, Sir James Cantlie meet online

The "Two Families, Two Countries, One Engine - In Commemoration of the 110th Anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution" exchange activity was held both online and offiline concurrently in 5 places in China and the UK (Beijing and Zhongshan, Guangdong in China, and London, Oxford and York in the UK) on October 2.


Sun Yali (top left), president of the Sun Yat-sen Culture Foundation in Zhongshan, representative of Sun Yat-sen's family and great-grandniece of Sun Yat-sen, her son Justin Sun (bottom), who is studying folk music at the Central Conservatory of Music, and the descendants of Sir James Cantlie, who saved Sun Yat-sen in the UK 125 years ago, met online. Sun Yali took the participants on a digital tour of the Museum of Dr Sun Yat-sen in Zhongshan.

This activity was held to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution and the 155th anniversary of Dr Sun Yat-sen's birth. "Our two families met 10 years ago at the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution activities in China. This online reunion brings us great joy and has profound meaning. It is not only about the friendship between our two families, but also about the friendship between the people of the two countries," Sun Yali said.

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