How did Chinese triads with the slogan “oppose the Qing, restore the Ming” adapt ideologically to the fall of the Qing and the rise of republicanism?

How did Chinese triads with the slogan “oppose the Qing, restore the Ming” adapt ideologically to the fall of the Qing and the rise of republicanism?



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Clearly triads didn't disappear, but how did they react to this part of their raison raison d'être slipping away?

Edit: I went through the first five links searching this on google and couldn't find an answer. My question asks how they adapted ideologically. The only thing I could find was the Yellow Sands apparently just plowing on through keeping it as their slogan, with no clear explanation as to why.


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