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The words of the ROC national anthem were first delivered as an exhortation at the opening ceremony of the Whampoa Military Academy on June 16, 1924, by Sun Yat- sen. This exhortation was designated as the Kuomintang’s (KMT) party song in 1928, after which the KMT publicly solicited contributions for a tune to fit the words. A melody by Cheng Mao-yun was selected out of those submitted by 139 contenders.

In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the Ministry of Education held two separate competitions for the lyrics for the national anthem, using the KMT party song in the meantime as a temporary national anthem of the Republic of China starting in 1937.

The anthem first declares the Three Principles of the People to be the foundation of the nation and a guide to a world commonwealth of peace and harmony; and then calls upon the people to be brave, earnest, and faithful in striving to fulfill that goal.

 
 
National anthem
(Lyrics by Dr. Sun Yat-sen; Music by Cheng Mao-yun)
 

三民 主義,吾黨所宗,以建民國,以進大同,   

咨爾 多士,為民前鋒,夙夜匪懈,主義是從,   

矢勤 矢勇,必信必忠,一心一德,貫徹始終。   

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This music was performed by its copyright holders, the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan and the National Taiwan Choir, who have granted permission for it to be downloaded and used for non-profit purposes only.
 
National anthem videos
 
 
Children's piece:Choral version

Children's piece:Sing-along version

National development piece:Choral version

National development piece:Orchestral version

Variety piece:Choral version

Variety piece:Orchestral version

Tourism piece:Choral version

Tourism piece:Orchestral version

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The videos listed above are provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of

the Republic of China, which licenses the downloading and use thereof for

non-profit purposes. The videos may not be edited, reproduced, or used for

any other purpose.

 
 
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The words of the ROC national anthem were first delivered as an exhortation at the opening ceremony of the Whampoa Military Academy on June 16, 1924, by Sun Yat- sen. This exhortation was designated as the Kuomintang’s (KMT) party song in 1928, after which the KMT publicly solicited contributions for a tune to fit the words. A melody by Cheng Mao-yun was selected out of those submitted by 139 contenders.

In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the Ministry of Education held two separate competitions for the lyrics for the national anthem, using the KMT party song in the meantime as a temporary national anthem of the Republic of China starting in 1937.

The anthem first declares the Three Principles of the People to be the foundation of the nation and a guide to a world commonwealth of peace and harmony; and then calls upon the people to be brave, earnest, and faithful in striving to fulfill that goal.

 
 
National anthem
(Lyrics by Dr. Sun Yat-sen; Music by Cheng Mao-yun)
 

三民 主義,吾黨所宗,以建民國,以進大同,   

咨爾 多士,為民前鋒,夙夜匪懈,主義是從,   

矢勤 矢勇,必信必忠,一心一德,貫徹始終。   

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*Downloads
Lyrics Lyrics Download.jpg Lyrics Download.pdf
Mp3
This music was performed by its copyright holders, the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan and the National Taiwan Choir, who have granted permission for it to be downloaded and used for non-profit purposes only.
 
National anthem videos
 
 
Children's piece:Choral version

Children's piece:Sing-along version

National development piece:Choral version

National development piece:Orchestral version

Variety piece:Choral version

Variety piece:Orchestral version

Tourism piece:Choral version

Tourism piece:Orchestral version

View all videos

The videos listed above are provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of

the Republic of China, which licenses the downloading and use thereof for

non-profit purposes. The videos may not be edited, reproduced, or used for

any other purpose.

 
 
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