National Anthem of Taiwan

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The national anthem of the Republic of China (Chinese: 中華民國國歌; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Mínguó guógē) speaks how the vision and hopes of a new nation and its people can and should be achieved and maintained using the Three Principles of the People. Originally the party anthem of the ruling Kuomintang, it was officially adopted as the national anthem in 1943 during the Second World War. Informally, the song is sometimes known as "San Min Chu-i" or "Three Principles of the People" from its opening line, but this is never used in formal or official occasions.
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National Anthem of the Republic of China, San Min Chu-i, Three Principles of the People, anthem:tw, ar:نشيد الصين الوطني, de:Nationalhymne der Republik China, el:Εθνικός ύμνος της Δημοκρατίας της Κίνας, es:Himno nacional de la República de China, ko:중화민국의 국가, id:Lagu Kebangsaan Republik Cina, nl:Lied der drie principes van het volk, ja:中華民国国歌, pt:Hino Nacional da República da China, fi:Kansan kolme periaatetta (hymni), sv:Republiken Kinas nationalsång, th:เพลงชาติสาธารณรัฐจีน, vi:Quốc ca Trung Hoa Dân Quốc, zh:中華民國國歌