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  Chen Yi (communist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Statue of Chen Yi Chen Yi (陳毅, Pinyin: Chén Yì; August 26, 1901 - June 6, 1972) was a Chinese communist military commander and politician.
A comrade of Lin Biao from their guerilla days, Chen was a commander of the New Fourth Army during the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), spearheaded the Shandong counter-offensive during the Chinese Civil War, and later commanded the Communist armies that defeated the KMT forces at Huai-Hai and conquered the lower Yangtze region in 1948-49.
He also served as vice premier from 1954 to 1972 and foreign minister from 1958 to 1972 and president of the China Foreign Affairs University from 1961 to 1969.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chen_Yi_(communist)   (267 words)

 Long March Leaders - Marshal Chen Yi
Chen Yi was born in 1901 in Lochi near Chengdu, Sichuan, into a moderately wealthy magistrate's family.
Chen Yi (pronounced Chun Ee) was left behind at the beginning of the Long March to direct military operations in the old Communist zone.
Chen had been wounded six weeks earlier with a bullet in the hip that had not healed.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Long-March/Long-March-Chen-Yi.html   (494 words)

 Chen (surname) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chen is also the most common family name in Guangdong, Zhejiang, Fujian, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Initial surname Chen was from Gui (Chinese:媯, pinyin: Gūi), which was an ancient Chinese surname of descendants of Emperor Shun, who was one of the Three August Ones and the Five Emperors.
To show his respect for Emperor Shun, the new state, which was also named by Chen, was one of the Three Guest States of Zhou (Chinese:三恪, pinyin: Sān Kè), which meant this nation was not the subordinate, but the guest of Zhou.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chen_(surname)   (491 words)

 HighBeam Encyclopedia – Free Online Encyclopedia for Reference, Research, Facts
CHEN YI [Chen Yi], 1901-72, Chinese Communist general and statesman.
Chen was a political instructor (1925) in the Kuomintang Whampoa Military Academy.
Chen was severely criticized during the Cultural Revolution despite attempts by Zhou to protect him.
www.encyclopedia.com /printable.aspx?id=1E1:chenyi   (147 words)

 Chen Yi - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Chen Yi works with bassoonist Mike Eckerty during a class.
Chen Yi survived labor camps in her native China and is now a professor at the University of Missouri at Kansas City and a composer.
The body as metaphor for the civil and martial components of empire in Yi Zhou shu, chapter 32; with an excursion on the composition and structure of the Yi Zhou shu.(Critical Essay)
www.encyclopedia.com /html/c/cheny1i.asp   (373 words)

 Chen Yi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chen Yi is the name of several individuals:
Chen Yi (communist) - Chinese communist military commander.
Chen Yi (Kuomintang) - Chief Executive of Taiwan Province
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chen_Yi   (94 words)

 No. 02-25: INS v. Yi Quan Chen - Petition
Chen did not state in his first application that family planning officials sought him for violating China's marriage and family planning laws because at that time, opposition to family planning policies was not a recognized basis for asylum.
Chen testified in support of his second application and submitted documentary evidence, including letters from family members and neighbors, as well as a family planning department notice requiring Chen's wife to appear for an abortion.
Chen explains that he based his first asylum application on pro-democracy grounds because resistance to China's population control policies was not a viable basis for an asylum claim in 1995.
www.usdoj.gov /osg/briefs/2002/2pet/7pet/2002-0025.pet.aa.html   (19106 words)

 Chen Yi
Chen Yi Chen Yi studied and worked in France from 1919 to 1921 under a worker-student program sponsored by the Chinese government.
Unlike most Communist leaders, Chen did not participate in the Long March (1934-35), in which the Communists were forced to transfer their base of power from south central to northwest China.
Bitterly attacked during the Cultural Revolution (1966), Chen Yi was dropped from the Politburo at the Ninth Party Congress in 1969 and stripped of all his offices.
members.fortunecity.com /stalinmao/China/yi/yi.html   (223 words)

 Interview I
After the February 28 Incident massacre and the imposition of martial law, Chen Yi was replaced by the outwardly benign Wei Daoming, former Chinese ambassador to Washington, whose brief was to play down the role of the army in subjugating the island.
In 1948, Wei was in turn replaced by General Chen Cheng, a much more sophisticated military man than Chen Yi, who instituted land reform and set about consolidating KMT rule to pave the way for Chiang Kai-Sheck's retreat to the island in 1949.
Chen Yi took the incident as an excuse to silence the press and to persecute intellectuals.
cinemaspace.berkeley.edu /Papers/CityOfSadness/int1.html   (1312 words)

 The University News
Chen Yi, the Lorena Searcy Cravens/Millsap/Missouri Distinguished Professor in Composition at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, was recently honored as an elected fellow to the 225th class of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Chen's parents were medical doctors and her sister was a child prodigy at the piano, performing on the local radio.
As a teenager, Chen was sent off to the countryside to perform forced labor work in order to be "reeducated." She brought her violin along and played the revolutionary songs, which were the only thing anyone was allowed to play.
www.unews.com /media/paper274/news/2005/10/03/Culture/Dr.Chen.Yi.From.Oppression.To.Expression-1007443.shtml   (421 words)

 Digital History
(December 26, 1893 – September 9, 1976) was the chairman of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China from 1943 and the chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China from 1945 until his death.
A comrade of Lin Biao from their guerilla days, Chen was a commander of the New Fourth Army during the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), spearheaded the Shandong counter-offensive during the Chinese Civil War, and later commanded the Communist armies that defeated the KMT forces at Huai-Hai and conquered the lower Yangzi region in 1948-49.
(1898–December 16, 1975), Communist Party of China official, was head of the People's Republic of China's security apparatus until his death, and was subsequently accused along with the Gang of Four of being responsible for persecutions during the Cultural Revolution.
www.digitalhistory.uh.edu /learning_history/vietnam/neg_settlement_people.cfm   (614 words)

 Marshal Chen Yi, Chinese Military Leaders of the Korean War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Background and History Chen Yi was born in 1901 in Lochi near Chengdu, Sichuan, into a moderately wealthy magistrate's family.
Activities in Korean War In December, 1950, Chen Yi, former commander of the field armies making up the 9th Army Group, arrived in Korea on a fact-finding mission.
Yi meets with General Zhang Renchu Commander of the 26th Army and Nie Fengche Commander of the 278th Army.
www.paulnoll.com /Korea/War/Marshal-Chen-Yi.html   (138 words)

 The Epoch Times | Unafraid of Terror, Rights Activists Continue Relay Hunger Strike
Ouyang Yi and Chen Wei, who were to stage the hunger strike in Sichuan Province, said they were following their original plan and participating in the 12 regions relay hunger strike from 6:00 a.m.
Chen Wei, who participated in the student hunger strike on Tiananmen Square in 1989, said, "My friends and I are very angry about the recent incidents in which human rights activists continue to be violently persecuted.
Chen Wei believes that this hunger strike may not solve all the problems, but it is a step in the continuous development of the movement to protect human rights.
www.theepochtimes.com /news/6-2-19/38366.html   (940 words)

 Search Results for "Yi I"
...Chen Yi, (chun ye) (KEY), 1901-72, Chinese Communist general and statesman.
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www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=Yi+I   (238 words)

 Building Skills with 3 Core Methods - Center for Taiji Studies
To see Yang Yang perform the Chen style or to feel the way he can bring forward his internal energy would make it hard to believe that he was born with a heart defect that prompted a doctor to say he probably wouldn't live long.
A lawyer and an apprentice to the famous Chen stylist Feng Zhiqiang in Beijing, Yang Yang (his family name and given name are both Yang) believes his practice of Chen style, beginning when he was 12 years old, cured his heart condition.
"In the Chen style tradition, the term 'double-weighted' is used to describe the mistake of using stiff or stagnant energy as opposed to light and agile movement derived from the interaction of Yin and Yang.
www.chentaiji.com /articles/coremethods.html   (4678 words)

 Mao's China and the Cold War, by Chen Jian. Introduction.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Mao's revolution never took as its ultimate goal the Communist seizure of power in China; rather, as the chairman repeatedly made clear, his revolution aimed at transforming China's state, population, and society, and simultaneously reasserting China's central position in the world.
It is here we see the complicated interplay between the Mao generation's conversion to Communist ideology and its continuous exposure to the influence of China's age-old history and culture.
When Communist ideology was put into practice in a favorable historical/social environment -- such as in twentieth-century China, where radical revolutions had accumulated tremendous momentum and strength -- it ignited popular enthusiasm and support.
uncpress.unc.edu /chapters/chen_maos.html   (5874 words)

 The Epoch Times | Epoch Times Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party - Part 7
Chen Yi, the mayor of Shanghai at that time, was debriefed on the sofa with a cup of tea in hand every night.
Chen Boda and Zhang Chunqiao discussed with him theories such as “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun,” “class struggles,” “dictatorship of the proletariat,” and so on.
It uses the communist ideology of ultimate harmony to deceive the public and intellectuals, uses the industrial revolution to destroy belief and promote complete atheism, uses communism to deny private ownership, and uses Lenin’s theory and practice of violent revolution to rule the country.
www.theepochtimes.com /news/4-12-22/25124.html   (10956 words)

 China Support Network
Communist China's saber-rattling on Taiwan gets louder: Beginning with a blast from Communist Premier Wen Jiabao (BBC), the cadres assembled at the rubber-stamp National People's Congress are moving forward with plans for an "anti-secession" law which would bar Taiwan from declaring formal independence (Cybercast News).
Worldwide opinion favorable to Communist China: A BBC poll in 22 nations gauging opinion on Communist China revealed the uphill climb we have: by a 48-30 margin, Communist China's influence was consider "mainly positive." The exceptions to the rule were South Korea, the U.S., and - by the widest margin - Germany.
Chen Shui-bian rips EU plans to lift arms embargo on Communist China: Taiwan's elected leader - whose constituency is the most likely target of Communist Chinese weaponry - blasted the European Union for its plans to lift its embargo on arms sales to the Communists.
www.chinasupport.net /news244.htm   (2585 words)

 Movie Database - tvguide.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This grand and powerful biography begins in 1908 when, at the age of three, Pu Yi was named emperor of China and follows him through a tumultuous life inextricably intertwined with the history of modern-day China, one that that ended with the once-coddled emperor working quietly as a gardener at Peking's Botanical Gardens.
Told in an intricate flashback/flashforward narrative that uses Pu Yi's communist "remolding" period as its fulcrum, the film opens in 1950 as Pu Yi, and thousands of others, are returned to their now-communist homeland to face rehabilitation.
Chen demonstrates her skill by playing both a radiant teen bride and a rotting opium addict.
online.tvguide.com /movies/database/Movie-Review.asp?MI=30488   (475 words)

 AsiaMedia :: CHINA: Newspaper warns of shooting mess
Chen Yi-shan, a representative of the Epoch Times, said the Chinese government's admission demonstrated the severity of the problem.
Chen said the Chinese government's compulsory confiscation of land in the city started in 1993 when the authorities decided to establish an economic development zone.
Chen said that the government did not provide compensation for the residents until Oct. 22.
www.asiamedia.ucla.edu /article.asp?parentid=35631   (302 words)

 TIME.com: New Poet -- Jun. 28, 1948 -- Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Chen had been wounded; his troops were starving; he was surrounded by Nationalists.
In a midnight sortie, Chen and his handful of troops cut their way to safety through the Nationalist lines.
Chen's surging armies threatened to burst out of the province and imperil the entire shaky Nationalist defense system in Central China.
www.time.com /time/archive/preview/0,10987,779878,00.html   (516 words)

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Chinese Foreign Minister Chen Yi publicly states that it will be several years before China begins testing nuclear weapons, and many years before China can be considered a nuclear power.
In response to questions from Western reporters, Chinese Foreign Minister Chen Yi states that the initiative for better Sino-American relations would have to come from the United States, and that China could only wait for U.S. recognition and the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Taiwan.
Chen Yi warns that an attack on North Vietnam would threaten China's security, and that "the Chinese people naturally cannot be expected to look on with folded arms."
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/china/timeline/frames/timeline4.html   (866 words)

 Who's Hu? Assessing China's Heir Apparent, Hu Jintao   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
For nine years, he has been the director of the Communist Party School in Beijing, the premier training academy for virtually all of China's upper-tier national-level cadres and the arbiter of the most basic debates over communist ideology.
The Communist Youth League proved to be a snakepit of intrigue, according to one account.
Yi Ming, "The Logical General Secretary Designate; Among the Seven CPC Politburo Standing Committee Members, Hu Jintao Ranks Fifth and Is the Youngest, At 54," Chiu-shih Nien-tai (The Nineties), Hong Kong in Chinese, January 1, 1998, No. 1, pp.
www.heritage.org /Research/AsiaandthePacific/HL739.cfm   (10976 words)

 China Support Network
Communist China working to wean away U.S. allies, build closer ties to Iran: Meanwhile, Communist China is also moving on two fronts seemingly - and maddeningly - ignored by the Administration: energy and diplomatic clout.
U.S. rips Communist China for treatment of SNK refugees: Communist China's treatment of refugee from Stalinist North Korea "is violating at least four articles of the international convention on refugees," according to the State Department (Cybercast News).
Chen added his comments to those of his officials, and is backed up on this by a wide majority of his people, as revealed in the near unanimous opposition to the law in Taiwan's press - the Communist press, naturally, had a different view (BBC).
www.chinasupport.net /news245.htm   (3278 words)

 TAIWAN: Chen manipulates massacre anniversary for votes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Supported by President Chen Shui-bian and former president Lee Teng-hui, the protesters vowed to form a much longer human chain to “encircle Taiwan” on February 28, the 57th anniversary of an important rebellion on the island.
However, Chen has repeatedly pushed the threat of a declaration of independence to provoke threats from Beijing as a means of shoring up voter support for the DPP.
Chen employed this tactic during the 2000 presidential election, and it was a major contributing factor to his victory over the KMT.
www.greenleft.org.au /back/2004/572/572p18.htm   (1024 words)

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The communist victory in China created the fear of communist expansion in Asia, which was heightened by the French Indochina War, and then the Korean War.
They often treated the Chinese communists as somewhat backward and wayward younger brethren, who had to be kept in their place and follow the Soviet lead.
Liu Shaoqi, Deng Xiaoping, Zhou-Enlai, and Chen Yi, men who might once have reined the Chairman in, were speaking with a single voice, and that voice was Mao's.
www.ku.edu /~eceurope/communistnationssince1917/ch10.html   (18153 words)

 Yinghong Cheng, Patrick Manning | Revolution in Education: China and Cuba in Global Context, 1957–76 | Journal of ...
For Marx, the development of a "well-developed man" in communist society, as opposed to the alienated man under capitalism, required a thorough educational reform.
There the regime, from April 1975 to the very end of 1976, went beyond the other educational revolutions, renouncing the hope that education could have a positive role in society: the entire education system was abolished because it was condemned as a bourgeois and colonial legacy.
The Cambodian communists, though under Maoist influence, thought that even Mao had failed to carry out his revolution because he broke his promise to launch more cultural revolutions periodically and retained such pre-revolutionary social institutions as money, family, urban centers, and school system.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/jwh/14.3/cheng.html   (11790 words)

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