Trần Quý Cáp

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Trần Quý Cáp
陳季恰
Born
Trần Nghị

1870 (1870)
Died1908 (1909)

Trần Quý Cáp (chữ Hán: 陳季恰, 1870 - 1908), born Trần Nghị, courtesy name Dã Hàng, Thích Phu, pen name Thai Xuyên, was a Vietnamese anti-colonialist and associate of Phan Chu Trinh. He was one among several leading scholars in the Modernization Movement  [ vi ] including Phan Chu Trinh, and Huỳnh Thúc Kháng. [1] [2]

The house of poet Tran Quy Cap at Dien Khanh. Tran Quy Cap temple.JPG
The house of poet Trần Quý Cáp at Diên Khánh.

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References

  1. "Trần Quý Cáp (1870 - 1908)". dienban.quangnam.gov.vn. Retrieved 9 March 2022.
  2. Jonathan D London Education in Vietnam Page 10 2011 "The ultimately unsuccessful Cần Vương (Aid the King) Movement of 1885–89, for example, was coordinated by scholars such as Phan Đình Phung, Phan Chu Trinh, Phan Bội Châu, Trần Quy Cáp and Huỳnh Thúc Kháng, who sought to restore sovereign authority to the Nguyễn throne."