2 From the Treaty of Shimonoseki (1895) to the overthrow of the Mandchu Dynasty (1911)


ZHAI, Wenqi. " Zhongguo zaoqi wuzhengfu zhuyi lunyao," [A brief discussion of early anarchist ideas in China].

Fuyin Baokan Ziliao: Zhongguo Jindai Shi [China] 1991 (2): 24-30.

SAGA, Takashi. "Shinmatsu ni okeru kakumei to dento: anakizumu o chushin ni," ["Revolution and tradition during the late Qing period : A focus on anarchism"]

Aziya Kenkyu (Asian Studies) [Japan] 34(1988) 3: 41-72. Western anarchism was incorporated into Chinese traditional thought. It resulted in an (...)

LEE, Mabel. "May Fourth: Symbol of The Spirit of Bring-It-Here-ism for Chinese Intellectuals,"

Papers on Far Eastern History [Australia] (1990) 41: 77-96. Examines the writings of Chinese intellectuals, living in Japan, such as Zhang Taiyan (...)

JIANG, Jun. "Xinshiji pai" Sixiang yanjiu, [A Study of the Thought of the "New Age Group"]

Fuyin Baokan Ziliao: Zhongguo Jindai Shi [China] (1991) 6: 38-46. The Chinese students in Paris who published the journal New Age in Paris and (...)

DIRLIK, Arif. "Vision and Revolution: Anarchism in Chinese Revolutionary Thought on The Eve of the 1911 Revolution,"

Modern China 12 (1986) 2: 123-165

MELTZER, Albert. "Internationalist". "The Origins of the Anarchist Movement in China".

[Pamphlet]: Coptic Press, 1968. Pref. Stuart Christie. CIRA, Lausanne Internationalist. The origins of the anarchist movement in China. (...)

CLIFFORD, P. " The New Century (Xinshiji) Magazine and the Introduction of Anarchism to China, "

Wiener Beitrage zur Geschichte der Neuzeit, (1980) 7: 174-190. Austria. Argues that this Chinese anarchist periodical, published in Paris in (...)

BERNAL, Martin "The Triumph of Anarchism over Marxism, 1906-1907"

In China in Revolution: The First Phase, 1900-1913, ed. Mary C., Wright. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1969