Sun Yat-sen, the first leader of the Chinese National People's Party or Kuomintang (KMT) who played an instrumental role in inspiring the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty, was considered one of the greatest leaders of modern China. He was revered by people from both the People's Republic of China and Republic of China (Taiwan) who agreed unanimously that he was the founder father of Republican China. His political life reportedly was one of constant struggle and frequent exile and in the Net, it was recently reported that he hid from Qing dynasty agents in San Franscisco Chinatown (inset). Most probably, San Franscisco Chinatown was not the only place that he hid. I have heard that he had been to Taiping, Malaysia too and most probably there must a be a house somewhere in Assam Kumbang or in Taiping town itself where he had put up in. Everywhere under heaven is a place of refuge!