May 30, 1925, Shanghai students demonstrated for Japanese capitalist's suppression of workers' strikes. They appealed to defeat imperialism and recover concessions, and caused British policemen's suppression, resulting in 13 Chinese students' death. This incident called the attention of the world, and caused important influences upon Sino-foreign relations afterwards. For details you may refer to our research finding: Li Chien-min, Anti-British Movement after the May Thirtieth Incident, 1925-1926.
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