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The Evening Post reports that on 10 April 1928, the official opening of the new headquarters of the Wellington branch of the Kuo-Min-Tang (the Chinese Nationalist Party) was held "during the holidays"[1] (Most likely Easter)[2]

Evening Post. (1928, April 10). The official opening of the new headquarters of the Wellington branch of the Kuo-Min-Tang (the Chinese Nationalist Party), which took place during the holidays. https://natlib.govt.nz/records/17968122


  1. Evening Post. (1928, April 10). The official opening of the new headquarters of the Wellington branch of the Kuo-Min-Tang (the Chinese Nationalist Party), which took place during the holidays. https://natlib.govt.nz/records/17968122
  2. When Was Easter Sunday in 1928? (n.d.). Retrieved 25 March 2020, from https://www.wheniseastersunday.com/year/1928/

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