The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.
The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.

How Taiwan saw funeral of Sun Yat-Sen’s widow as political power play by China

The middle sister of famous Shanghainese trio the Soong sisters, Soong Chingling was the first woman to become vice-president of the People’s Republic of China

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The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.
The Soong sisters (from left) Ailing, Meiling and Chingling, in Chongqing, in the 1940s.
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