|Born in Shanghai
|Went to the United States for education; entered the Wesleyan College for Women, Macon, Georgia.
|Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
|Returned to China, stopped over in Japan.
|Became Sun Yat-sen's secretary.
|Married Sun Yat-sen in Tokyo .
|Arrived in shanghai with Sun Yat-sen from Japan.
|Left shanghai for Guangzhou(Canton)to launch the movement to protect the constitution.
|Left Guangzhou for shanghai with Sun after the protect—constitution movement failed.
|Arrived in shanghai.
|During the revolt of the warlord Chen Jiongming, Soong Ching Ling bravely covered Sun Yat-sen's escape. The next morning she rejoined her husband on the warship, and finally settled down in shanghai.
|Accompanied Sun Yat-sen in meeting Li Dazhao at their home in Shanghai to discuss the cooperation between Kuomintang and the Chinese party.
|Went down to Guangzhou again with Sun Yat-sen.
|With Sun Yat-sen went to aboard the warship "Yong Feng" to mark the anniversary of the disaster caused by Chen Jiongming's betrayal.
|Attended with Sun Yat-sen the opening ceremony of the Whampoa Military Academy, Guangzhou
|At the invitation of Feng Yuxiang, Sun Yat-sen journeyed north, accompanied by Soong Ching Ling.
|They passed Shanghai.
|Stopped over at Kobe, Japan. Soong Ching Ling gave a speech on the emancipation of woman at the Senior School for girls.
|The couple reach Tianjin.
|They finally arrived in Beijing.
|Sun Yat-sen was ill, Soong Ching Ling accepted her husband's last will and testament and promised to represent him to visit the Soviet Union.
|Sun Yat-sen died. Since then Song Ching Ling set herself the task of publicizing Sun Yat-sen's testament and his Three Major Polices.
|She left Beijing and returned to shanghai.
|The association of Liao Zhongkai in Guangzhou put her to great indignation and deep sorrow.
|Elected member of the Central Executive Committee in the Second Assembly of the Kuomintang in Guangzhou. During session she delivered a speech resolutely upholding the Three Major Polices of Sun Yat-sen.
|After the Northern Expeditionary Army took the city of Wuhan, she led an advance party of the national government to Wuhan, making preparation for the moving of the capital.
|Following the meeting on December 13, members of the Executive Committee of the Kuomintang and of the national government in Wuhan formed a united committee as the provisional supreme governing organ for the period prior to the moving of the capital. Soong Ching Ling was included in the membership of the united committee.
|She ran a women's institute of political training in Hankon, Hubei province.
|At the Third Plenary Session of the Second National Assembly of the Kuomintang, Soong Ching Ling was elected member of the presidium. The National government was established in Wuhan and she became one of its members. First half of the year She initiated and organized the Red Cross Society to take care of the sick and wounded soldiers .
|Issued a statement in which she declared: "some of the Executive Committee of the Kuomintang are doing violence to Sun Yat-sen's ideas and ideas." Therefore, she would no longer participate in executing the new policies of the Kuomintang.
|She supported the Nanchang Armed Uprising launched by the Chinese Communist Party.
|She was elected to a 7-member presidium of the revolutionary committee of the uprising.
|Left Shanghai to visit the Soviet Union.
|Arrived in Moscow.
|At the congress of the World Anti—Imperialist league held In Belgium she was elected honorary chairman.
|Returned to china from Europe to attend the state funeral of Sun Yat-sen in Nanjing. On the eve of her departure, she issued a statement saying: " I cannot participate directly or indirectly in the work of the Kuomintang until policies are in complete conformity with the basic principles of the late Dr. Sun Yat-sen."
|Issued: "The Record of the Talk with Dai Chuanxian"(in English). In the same month, attended the conference of Anti-Imperialist League held in Germany and was re-elected honorary chairman.
|Left shanghai for France.
|Returned to China from Germany.
|Issued the statement "The Kuomintang Is No Longer a Political Power" after Deng Yanda was murdered.
|With Yang Quan, He Xiangning and others, set up the Kuomintang Hospital for wounded soldiers.
|With Cai Yuanpei, Lu Xun, Yang Quan, organized the China League for Civil Rights in Shanghai.
|Set up the Shanghai chapter of the China League for Civil Rights
|Addressed the inaugural meeting of the National Self—salvation Association in Resisting Foreign Aggression, calling upon the masses to unite for the resistance of Japanese aggression.
|Went to the German Consulate in Shanghai to protect and condemn the fascist's persecution of progressives and Jewish people in Germany.
|Issued a statement upon the assassination of Yang Quan, in protest against the murder of progressives by the Kuomintang regime and attended Yang Quan's funeral.
|Convened the Far East conference of the world committee against Imperialist War in Shanghai, and delivered a speech entitled "China's Freedom and the Fight Against War."
|During the year, she led the China league for Civil Rights to win the release of Luo Dengxian, Liao Chengzhi and Chen Keng.
|With He Xiangning and 1777 others issued the joint statement "The Basic Program of the Chinese People in the War of Resistance Against Japan."
|Setup the National Armed Self-Defense Committee of China, with herself as chairman.
|Gave financial help to some communists in shanghai to complete their mission in North Shaanxi.
|Assisted Edgar Snow and Ma Haide to realized their trips to North Shaanxi.
|With Shen Junru and other democrats, established the all-China Federation of National Salvation Associations in Shanghai, and was elected executive committee member.
|Attended the memorial meeting in honor of Lu Xun in Wanguo Cemetery, Shanghai, and delivered a speech.
|Issued a statement upon the arrest of the "Seven Patriots".
|Urged for a peaceful settlement of the "Xi'an Incident"
|Along with He Xiangning, Feng Yuxiang and others, made a proposal to the Third Plenary Session of the Fifth Kuomintang Central Committee that Sun Yat-sun's Three Major Policies of Alliance with Soviet Russia, Cooperation with the Chinese Communist Party and Assistance to the peasants and workers be restored. she delivered a speech entitled 'To Carry Out Sun Yat-sun's will."
|Joining with Hu Yuzhi and 14 others launched the "To-Be-Put-In-Jail for National Salvation Campaign."
|Heading a team of 1 from Shanghai, went to Suzhou to visit the "Seven Patriots" in prison, and demanded to be put in jail as well for the "crime of national salvation."
In the same month, received Zhou Enlai, Bo Gu and Lin Boqu at her home in Shanghai, supporting the proposition of the Chinese Communists in the resistance against Japanese Aggression.
|Published the article entitled "China unconquerable" in "The Forum and Century" of New York.
|Moved to live in Hong Kong.
|With the founding of the China chapter of the International Anti-Aggression Movement in Hankou, she was elected as delegate along with Cai Yuanpei, Wu Yuzhang and others to attend the London Congress of the movement, but the trip was never realized.
|Inviting a number of noted personages, both in China and abroad, she founded the China Defense League in Hong Kong.
|Participated in the struggle for defending Guangzhou and published the article: "A general Mobilization of Overseas Chinese". Pushed on with the work of the China Defense League in Hongkong.
|Delivered a speech through the Hongkong Radio to support the Anti-Japanese war.
|Continued to develop the programs of the China Defense League in Hong Kong
|Along with He Xiangning and others, published an open telegram denouncing the Kuomintang regime for the unity in fighting against Japanese aggression.
|Japanese troops occupied Hongkong. Took the last airplane to evacuate Hongkong for Chongqing.
|In the same year, rendered strong support to Rewi Alley in setting up the Industrial Cooperatives Movement in China.
|As president of the All-China Children's welfare Association, sponsored international benefit football matches for disaster relief, and contributed all the proceeds to the disaster-stricken people in Henan province.
|Published her open letter to friends of China abroad, appealing for continued support to the Chinese people in their struggle.
|Published her article: "A Message to American Workers" through "Allied Labor News", calling upon the American workers to support the Chinese struggle for anti-Japanese aggression and for democracy.
|Broadcast through radio her speech "Sun Yat-sun and the democracy of China" from Chongqing to the United States on the occasion of the celebration of Sun Yat-sun Day in America.
|Jointly with 72 important personages, she called upon all political parties and social circles in Chongqing to hold a memorial meeting in honor of Zou Taofen(one of the "Seven Patriots").
|Met Mao Zedong at the residence of Central Zhang Zhizhong in Chongqing.
|Left Chongqing to return to Shanghai renamed the China Defence League as the China Welfare Fund. The CWF continued to support progressive organizations and democratic forces, the Chinese Communist Party and the People's Liberation Army. Meantime, it engaged in maternity and child health as well as children's culture and education and social relief.
|Issued, in Shanghai, the statement urging coalition Government and An Appeal to the American People to stop Their Government from Militarily Aiding the Kuomintang
|Published a statement denying her having entered an "election contest."
|With the establishment of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang, she was named its Honorary Chairman. In the same month, she issued the "Message to the World Federation of Democratic Youth" appealing for the defense of world peace.
|Moved to house NO.1843, Huaihai zhong Road (the present Soong Ching Ling Residence in Shanghai).
|Published in Shanghai " A Monumental Period ", in celebration of the 28th anniversary of Chinese Communist Party.
|Delivered a speech entitled Imperialist, Get out! Otherwise You'll Perish Along with the Reactionaries" in the mass rallies commemorating the "July 7th Incident" and celebrating the liberation.
|Was invited to take part in the First Meeting of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and was elected vice-chairman of the Central People's Government.
|Participated in the inaugural ceremony of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
|Took part in the Asian Women's Conference.
In the same month, was elected Honorary president of the All-China Women's Federation.
|Elected chairman of the Executive Committee of the People's Relief Administration of China.
|Reorganized the China Welfare Fund as the China welfare Institute and continued to be the chairman of its executive committee.
|Took an inspection trip to factories, rural areas and some army units in Northeast China.
|Was elected a member of the Executive Bureau of the World Peace Council at the second Congress of the council in Warsaw.
|Was awarded the Stalin Peace Prize for 1950. She denoted the entire prize money of 100,000 roubles to China Welfare Institute Peace Maternity and Child Health Hospital.
|Was elected president of Chinese People's Committee in Defense of Children at the inaugural meeting of that organization.
|Founded the "China Reconstructs" magazine (in English)
|With Guo Moruo and others, initiated the convocation of Peace Conference for the Asian and Pacific Regions.
|Her selected works "The Struggle for New China" was published.
|Led a Chinese delegation to the Peace Conference for the Asian and Pacific Regions and was elected chairman of the Peace Liaison Committee of the Asian and Pacific Regions.
|Headed a Chinese delegation to the world Peace Congress in Vienna.
|Visited the Soviet Union.
|Met Stalin in Moscow.
|Re-elected honorary chairman of the All-China Women's Federation at its second National Congress.
|Participated in the First session of the First National People's Congress and was elected vice-chairman of the standing committee of the National People's Congress.
|Was elected vice-chairman of the National committee at the First session of the Second Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
|Was elected chairman of the Sino-soviet Friendship association.
|Delivered a speech at the meeting in memory of the 30th anniversary of the death of Liao Chongkai.
|Accompanied by Liao Chengzhi and others, visit India.
|Jan. & Feb.
|Visited Burma and Pakistan with Liao Chengzhi for company. Received an Honorary Doctor of Laws conferred by the University of Dacca, Pakistan.
|Led a Chinese delegation to visit Indonesia.
|Was invited to attend and address the Eighth National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party.
|Published two articles: "Sun Yat-sun—the Revolutionary son of the Chinese People" and "reminiscences of Sun Yat-sun".
|Was again elected honorary chairman of the All-China Women's Federation at the First Session of the third Executive committee Meeting.
|Accompanied by Mao Zedong to the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the October Revolution and the Moscow Meeting of Representatives of Communist and Workers' Parties.
|Celebrated the 20th anniversary of the founding of the china Welfare Institute, gave a speech.
|Was re-elected a vice-chairman of the People's Republic of China at the First Session of the Second National People's Congress.
|Attended the Second Session of the Second National People's Congress.
|Met Mao Zedong at her home in Shanghai.
|Took office as deputy head in the Preparatory Committee for Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the 1911 Revolution.
|Receiving Mme.Bandaranaike, Prime Minister of Ceylon, in Shanghai.
|Published "Sun Yat-sun and His Cooperation with the Chinese Communist Party".
|Moved to her new home at 46 Houhai Beiyan (the present Soong Ching Ling Residence in Beijing).
|Gave a reception to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the china Welfare Institute at her residence, Beijing.
|As vice-chairman of the People's Republic of China visited Ceylon with Zhou Enlai and Chen Yi for company.
|Attended the First Session of the Third National People's Congress as executive chairman of the congress.
|Re-elected vice-chairman of the People's Republic of China at the First Session of the third national People's Congress.
|Took office as vice-chairman of the Preparatory Committee for Commemorating the Centenary of Sun Yat-sun's Birthday.
|Attended the meeting in commemoration of the centenary of Sun Yat-sun's birthday and delivered a speech entitled "Sun Yat-sun—A Staunch, Indomitable Revolutionary".
In the same month, "The Selected Works of Soong Ching Ling "was published.
|Along with Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and many others attended the meeting of mourning Chen Yi.
|Attended the meeting of mourning He Xiangning in Beijing and delivered a memorial speech.
|Elected vice-chairman of the National People's Congress standing Committee at the First session of the Fourth National People's congress.
|Attended the meeting of mourning Zhou Enlai.
|Attended the meeting of mourning Zhu De.
|Attended the meeting of mourning Mao Zedong.
|Attended the ceremony celebrating the completion of the building of The Memorial hall of Chairman Mao Zedong.
|Re-elected vice-chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee at the First Session of the First National People's Congress.
|Attended the meeting commemorating the 40th anniversary of the China Welfare Institute.
|Re-elected honorary chairman of the all-China Women's Federation at the Fourth Women's National Congress of China, and addressed the closing ceremony.
|Receiving the visiting group of the well-known American women and the Hawaiian visiting group.
|Hosted a dinner party for Prince and Mme.Sihanouk at her home in Beijing.
|New Year's Day
|With Deng Xiaoping at the tea party hosted by the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
|Presided over and addressed the meeting commemorating the 40th anniversary of the death of Cai Yuanpei.
|Addressing the meeting celebrating the 70th anniversary of the International Women's Day.
|Attended the meeting of mourning Liu Shaoqi.
|Took office as vice-chairman of the Preparatory Committee for the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution.
|Received the Honorary Doctorate of Laws conferred by the Victoria University of Canada. Gave a speech on the ceremony.
|Accepted by the political Bureau of the central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party as a full party member.
|The 18th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Fifth National People's Congress conferred on Soong Ching Ling the title Honorary President of the People's Republic of China.
|Died at 8:18 pm in her Beijing residence.
|The meeting of mourning Soong Ching Ling was held in Beijing .Her ashes were buried in the Soong family graveyard in Shanghai Wanguo (International) Cemetery (the present Soong Ching Ling Mausoleum).