1930s|President of the Republic of China - Sun Yat-sen until March 10, Yuan Shih-kai
Premier of the Republic of China - Tang Shaoyi from March 13 until June 27, Lu Zhengxiang until September 22, Zhao Bingjun
January 1 –
The Republic of China is established.
Sun Yat-sen elected First Provisional President of the ROC by delegates from independent provinces.
August 25 – The Kuomintang, the Chinese nationalist party, is founded.
Last emperor of China Puyi forced to abdicate.
February 2 - Zhu Shenghao, Chinese translator (died 1944)
February 14 - Nie Er, Chinese musician (died 1935)
July 26 - Qigong, Chinese calligrapher, artist, painter, connoisseur and sinologist (died 2005)
October 27 - C. C. Li, Chinese-American geneticist (died 2003)
November 14 - Tung-Yen Lin, Chinese structural engineer (died 2003)
April 21 - Yung Wing, the first Chinese overseas student (born 1828 )
1912 in China Wikipedia
Events in the year 1912 in China.