(1879 - 1936)
Hanmin Hu was active/lived in China. Hanmin Hu is known for calligraphy.
Hu Hanmin (1879-1936), who was also known as Zhantang and Bukui Shizhu,
was a revolutionary from Guangdong and one of the primary leaders in the
Nationalist Party. He joined the United League in September 1905 and
acted as the chief editor of Min Bao. Later he became the chief assistant to Sun Yat-sen.