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    My favorite leader –Zhou Enlai Abstract As is known to us all‚ Zhou Enlai‚ as a communist party member‚ the first premier and foreign minister of the People’s Republic of China (PRC)‚ has a high reputation from home and abroad. This paper includes four parts in total. It starts with the brief introduction to Zhou Enlai and then pays more attention to the second part about his contributions. Following is the third part about evaluations from domestic and international. The last part comes to the

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    Zhou Yu

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    musician can see her husband. 2. Zhou Yu was a famous general of Wu of the Three Kingdoms of China 1700 years ago. He was a famous militarist and strategist at that time and assisted Sun Ce. He assisted Sun Quan in managing overall military and political affairs while Zhang Zao managed the domestic affairs. The famous Battle of Red Cliffs followed wherein Zhou Yu was the supreme commander of the force in order to defeat Cao Cao. Given the general position‚ Zhou Yu fought against Cao Cao’s army and

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    The Zhou Dynasty

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    The Zhou Dynasty You might think‚ why would I choose the Zhou dynasty over something more commonly known? Well‚ I decided choose the Zhou dynasty‚ because I realize that there was a lot of changes that they made to China‚ some even crucial to disease prevention and protection of the civilization as a whole. I also chose the Zhou dynasty because I like how they used a lot of persuasion and useful trade tactics to fit in with the Chinese culture. In order to be excepted as rightful rulers of

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    right to speak out against any policies and problems within the government. The Hundred Flower Movement began under the leadership of Premier Zhou Enlai. The first attempts‚ however‚ were unsuccessful as nobody grew courageous enough to speak out openly. It was not until Zhou Enlai emphasized the need for a larger campaign in 1956‚ that Mao Zedong superseded Enlai to take control of the campaign. Mao supported the idea at first‚ saying “The government needs criticism from its people. Without this criticism

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    visit possible. Originally‚ Pakistan and Romania were to be used to channel Sino-American negotiations due to the fact that they were believed to have contact with China. It was indeed through Pakistan that contact was recieved from Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai. A message had been sent to China by Kissinger in the winter of 1971 and he was left waiting for a reply. A huge factor taken into consideration was the Taiwan issue. If the USA was to openly begin nogiations with China‚ US relations with Taiwan

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    Book Review Wild Swans

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    Book Review Author: Jung Chang Title: Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China Publication: Simon and Schuster‚ London‚ 1991 1. Main Thesis In Wild Swans‚ Jung Chang describes the life of three generations of woman in her family. Beginning in the year 1909 and ending in present time‚ it gives an insight into almost eighty years of the cultural history of China. Jung Chang has said in a interview that her intention in writing Wild Swans was to show how the Chinese people‚ and in particular the women

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    monument. Itself is a 14.7 meters long‚ 2.9 meters wide and 1 m thick‚ more than 60 tons of stone. Itself as positive (north) engraved inscription MAO zedong "the people’s heroes are immortal" eight gold characters; The back is MAO zedong drafting‚ zhou enlai wrote inscription: Three years‚ in the people’s war of liberation and the people’s revolution in the sacrifice of the people’s heroes are immortal! For 30 years‚ in the people’s war of liberation and the people’s revolution in the sacrifice of

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    Zhou Dynasty's Society

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    81. The rats in the poem from the Book of Songs are referring to the higher class people‚ such as the aristocratic land owners. Life for the Chinese peasants during the Zhou dynasty was cruel and unfair. The peasants were exploited and the higher class was taking advantages of the low class people. A way the nobles have been taking advantage of the peasants are that the peasants spent a few years growing millet‚ but the land owners just ate all the grain without showing the low class any regard.

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    The Cultural Revolution

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    started to tear down any form of traditional value‚ proceeded to violence‚ and even attacked foreign embassies. The country had gotten out of hand‚ and the economy was dropping. Many elderly‚ intellectuals were physically abused. Many died. Zhou Enlai wanted the country to return to normal. However‚ he realized that the CR had gotten too far‚ and out of control. However‚ in 1971 after Lin Piao’s *mysterious* death‚ Mao started to express regrets for the excesses of the cultural revolution

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    Cultural Revolution in China The Cultural Revolution in China was a social movement that took place in 1966 through 1976. This movement involved major changes that took place in the political‚ economic and social nature of China. These changes were very often for violent and corrupted means. This Cultural Revolution threatened China for 10 years. In the beginning of the revolution. “Destructive groups such as Red Guards and The Cultural Revolution Authority grasped the power‚ and China drove into

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