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The Kuomintang of China is a major political party in the Republic of China on Taiwan, based in Taipei and is currently the opposition political party in the Legislative Yuan.
  • Founding and Sun Yat-sen era 

  • Under Chiang Kai-shek in Mainland China 

  • In Taiwan since 1945 

  • Party assets 

  • Cross-strait relations 

  • Supporter base 

  • Legislative Yuan leader (Caucus leader) 

  • Standing committees and departments 

  • Chinese nationalism 

  • New Guangxi Clique 

  • Socialism and anti-capitalist agitation 

  • Confucianism and religion in its ideology 

  • Soviet-style military 

  • Malaysian Chinese Association 

  • Tibet Improvement Party 

  • Vietnamese Nationalist Party 

  • Pro-Kuomintang camp 

  • Sponsored organizations 

  • Policy on ethnic minorities 

  • Stance on separatism