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  Hua Guofeng Information
Hua Guofeng (Simplified Chinese: 华国锋; Traditional Chinese: 華國鋒; pinyin: Huà Guófēng; Wade-Giles: Hua Kuo-feng) (born February 16, 1921) was Mao Zedong's designated successor as the paramount leader of the Communist Party of China and the People's Republic of China.
Hua Guofeng was demoted to junior Vice Chairman, and when this post was abolished in 1982 he remained as an ordinary member of the Central Committee, a position which he held until the 16th Party Congress of November 2002 despite having passed the designated retirement age of seventy.
Second, Hua's ousting helped establish a norm within the PRC that political leaders who lost a power struggle would not be physically harmed or jailed, in contrast to the situations both during the Cultural Revolution and afterwards with the Gang of Four.
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 Stefan Landsberger's Chinese Propaganda Poster Pages--Hua Guofeng
Hua Guofeng (nom de guerre of Liu Zhengrong) was born in Jiaozheng county, Shanxi Province, in 1920 or 1921.
As Mao Zedong's handpicked successor, he brought the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) to a close and prepared China for the process of economic reform and modernization that is usually associated with Deng Xiaoping's 1978 proposals.
This ranged from posters recording the laying of the foundations of the mausoleum to the moment the structure was officially opened for the masses to pay their respects to the departed leader.
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  Hua Guofeng - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hua Guofeng (Simplified Chinese: 华国锋; Traditional Chinese: 華國鋒; pinyin: Huà Guófēng; Wade-Giles: Hua Kuo-feng) (born February 16, 1921) was Mao Zedong's designated successor as the paramount leader of the Communist Party of China and the People's Republic of China.
Months later, Mao died, and Hua succeeded Mao as the Chairman of the Communist Party of China, to the surprise and dismay of Jiang Qing and the rest of the Gang of Four.
Second, Hua's ousting helped establish a norm within the PRC that political leaders who lost a power struggle would not be physically harmed or jailed, in contrast to the situations both during the Cultural Revolution and afterwards with the Gang of Four.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hua_Guofeng   (601 words)

  
 Hua Guofeng
Hua Guofeng (華國鋒) to the surprise and dismay of Jiang Qing and the rest of the Gang of Four, became the Chairman and undisputed leader of the People's Republic of China following the death of Mao Zedong in 1976, as designated by Mao himself.
During his relatively short leadership, Hua was credited for quickly ousting the Gang of Four from political power and thus became the leader whose emergence marked the official end to the Cultural Revolution.
As Deng Xiaoping gradually regained control over the CPC, Hua was replaced by Zhao Ziyang as Premier in 1980, and by Hu Yaobang as Party Chairman in 1981.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/hu/Hua_Guofeng.html   (134 words)

  
 Hua Guofeng: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Hua Guofeng and the Arrest of the Gang...Central Committee headed by Comrade Hua Guofeng, with the boldness and vision...through tempestuous storms, Comrade Hua Guofeng averted a major retrogression in...
Hua Guofeng is appointed premier, and a coup attempt led by Maos widow and three other counterrevolutionaries (the "Gang of Four...
For her role in the Cultural Revolution she was arrested (Oct., 1976) by Hua Guofeng, Maos successor, and sentenced to die (later commuted to life imprisonment).
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 Chinese History Part-9: PRC II
Hua was confirmed as party chairman, and Ye Jianying, Deng Xiaoping, Li Xiannian, and Wang Dongxing were elected vice chairmen.
Differences among the two competing factions--that headed by Hua Guofeng (soon to be branded as a leftist) and that led by Deng and the more moderate figures--became readily apparent by the time the Fifth National People's Congress was held in February and March 1978.
Hua too was recognized for his contributions in defeating the Gang of Four but was branded a "whateverist." Hua also was criticized for his anti-Deng Xiaoping posture in the period 1976-77.
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 Hua Guofeng
As Deng Xiaoping gradually regained control over the CPC, Hua was denounced for promoting the two whatevers and replaced by Zhao Ziyang as Premier in 1980, and by Hu Yaobang as Party Chairman in 1981.
He was demoted to junior Vice Chairman, and when this post was abolished in 1982 he remained as an ordinary member of the Central Committee, a position which he held until November 2002 despite having passed the designated retirement age of seventy.
It was reported that Hua Guofeng quit the Chinese Communist Party in October 2001 for "health reasons".
publicliterature.org /en/wikipedia/h/hu/hua_guofeng.html   (279 words)

  
 Hua Guofeng - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Hua Guofeng - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Hua Guofeng, also Hua Kuo-feng (1920- ), Chinese political leader, who succeeded Zhou Enlai (Chou En-lai) as premier of China (1976-80) and Mao...
Mao had anointed a party functionary, Hua Guofeng, to succeed him as chairman of the CCP.
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 Hua Guofeng   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Hua Guofeng () (born February 16, 1921) was Mao Zedongs designated Successor as leader of the Communist Party of China and the Peoples Republic of China.
Months later, Mao died, leaving Hua Chairman of the Communist Party of China, to the surprise and dismay of Jiang Qing and the rest of the Gang of Four.
Born in Jiaocheng (&20132;&22478;&21439;), a county beside a mountain in Shanxi province, Hua joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1938 as a part of counter-Japanese resistance.
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 World Architecture Images- Beijing- Mausoleum of Mao Zedong
The groundbreaking ceremony took place November 24, 1976, and the mausoleum was completed on May 24, 1977.
Hua Guofeng, who supervised the mausoleum's project, has his handwriting on the mausoleum's sign.
This waste of resources was used by the reformers within the communist party to criticize Hua Guofeng and his followers, but once the reformers had consolidated their power after Hua Guofeng was removed, further discussion on this sensitive topic was banned.
www.essential-architecture.com /A-ASIA-E/CHINA/PEKING/PE-011.htm   (1757 words)

  
 Tiananmen Poems
As Hua Guofeng was dependent upon the surviving, non-Gang left, his own position became precarious, especially when his fellow triumvir and head of the Zhongnanhai security force, Wang Dongxing, came under fire for corruption.
Hua's enemies struck in the second half of August 1979, while he was visiting Yugoslavia and Iran.
Hua Guofeng's cynical calligraphy was as ineffectual as his other political maneuvering.
www.tsquare.tv /film/TNMpoems.html   (1183 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Hua Guofeng   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Born in Jiaocheng (交城县), a county beside a mountain in Shanxi, Hua joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1938 as a part of counter-Japanese resistance.
He became Premier of the People's Republic of China following Zhou Enlai's death, in January 1976, and Chairman of the Communist Party of China when Mao died, in September 1976 (although this was not announced to the world until October 12).
He was demoted to junior Vice Chairman, and when this post was abolished in 1982 he became an ordinary member of the Central Committee, being reelected in 1987.
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 Hua Guofeng
Hua not only tried to take over Mao's political legacy by uncritically adopting most of his policies by stating that "We firmly uphold whatever policy decisions Chairman Mao made and we unswervingly adhere to whatever instructions Chairman Mao gave".
Hua understandably needed the artistic idiom that previously been centred around Mao to bolster his own claims to power, and in some cases he succeeded in stealing some of the limelight formerly reserved for his predecessor.
Despite the indications that Mao's policies would continue, Hua's term of office did witness the beginnings of a massive rehabilitation of all those artists and intellectuals who had been prosecuted during the 'ten years of chaos' and even earlier.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/riley/787/China/Guofeng/Guofeng.htm   (847 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Hua Guofeng   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Hua Guofeng HUA GUOFENG [Hua Guofeng] or Hua Kuo-feng, 1920-, Chinese Communist leader.
A protegé of Deng Xiaoping, Hu became general secretary of the Communist party in 1980 and party chairman in 1981, effectively replacing Hua Guofeng as leader of the Communist party.
Mao was one of the most prominent Communist theoreticians and his ideas on revolutionary struggle and guerrilla warfare have been extremely influential, especially among Third World revolutionaries.
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 Hua Guofeng - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Hua Guofeng or Hua Kuo-feng, 1920-, Chinese Communist leader.
As Mao Zedong 's designated heir, he became premier following Zhou Enlai 's death (Jan., 1976) and chairman of the Chinese Communist party when Mao died (Sept., 1976).
Responsible for the arrest (Oct., 1976) of the Gang of Four, which was led by Jiang Qing, Mao's wife, Hua was eased out of power by Deng Xiaoping.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-huag1uofe.html   (269 words)

  
 Index Ho-Hy
Hua became vice governor of the province in 1958 and was a strong supporter of Mao in the Great Leap Forward (1958-59).
Hua became chairman of the CCP after the death of Mao in September 1976.
In 1977 Hua allowed Deng to be rehabilitated and restored to his former position as vice premier.
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 Hua Guofeng - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Hua Guofeng (chino simplificado: 华国峰, chino tradicional: 華國峰, pinyin: Huà Guófēng, Wade-Giles: Hua Kuo-feng) (n.
Hua, sin embargo, actuó con rapidez para hacerlos arrestar y culparlos de los peores excesos de los últimos años.
Consciente de que su legitimidad dependía de la decisión de Mao, Hua optó por lo segundo, e incluso se llegó a promover un culto a su personalidad similar al de Mao, con carteles propagandísticos que exaltaban su figura.
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 Crackdown in China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
After the death of Mao Zedong in 1976, Hua Guofeng, Mao's designated successor, arrested the so-called "Gang of Four" and took over the government.
According to the people's wishes, Hua Guofeng invited Deng Xiaoping to work in the government in 1978 to help him with the reform.
For example, Hua insisted that whatever Mao Zedong had said should be kept as the Communist Party's policy.
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 Fun at Hua Guofeng's
I wanted to describe the incredible events I witnessed at Hua Guofeng's, because it was unusual in that it was not quite like any other place I have eaten before.
Hua Goufeng's did not fit either category: it was outside the realm of categories.
Everyone got something at Hua's: I got the rare delicasy of Jaw Dissident whatever, and Joe got a silly hat to wear for his uncorrected burgious attitudes, which beats washing dishes - a punishment some other poor sap got for his dine-and-dive escapades.
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 Columbia Encyclopedia - Hua Guofeng - AOL Research & Learn
Columbia Encyclopedia - Hua Guofeng - AOL Research & Learn
As Mao Zedong's designated heir, he became premier following Zhou Enlai's death (Jan., 1976) and chairman of the Chinese Communist party when Mao died (Sept., 1976).
Responsible for the arrest (Oct., 1976) of the Gang of Four, which was led by Jiang Qing, Mao's wife, Hua was eased out of power by Deng Xiaoping.
reference.aol.com /columbia/_a/hua-guofeng/20051206053109990025   (126 words)

  
 The Nine Marshals
After Mao Zedong's death, he was the main military force behind Hua Guofeng's 1976 coup d'etat against Jiang Qing and the Gang of Four.
He was one of the military supporters of Hua Guofeng's coup against the Gang of Four.
Nie was one of the military supporters of Hua Guofeng's coup against the Gang of Four.
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 Hua Guofeng
From 1978 he was gradually eclipsed by Deng Xiaoping.
Hua was ousted from the Politburo in September 1982 but remained a member of the CCP Central Committee.
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www.tiscali.co.uk /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0018944.html   (203 words)

  
 China - The Post-Mao Period, 1976-78   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
The post-Mao political order was given its first vote of confidence at the Eleventh National Party Congress, held August 12- 18, 1977.
Serious disputes arose over the apparently disproportionate development of the national economy, the Hua forces calling for still more largescale projects that China could ill afford.
It was a time of increased political activism by students, whose big-character posters attacking Deng's opponents--and even Mao himself--appeared with regularity.
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 AllRefer.com - Hua Guofeng (Chinese And Taiwanese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Hua Guofeng (Chinese And Taiwanese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Hua Guofeng or Hua Kuo-feng[both: hwA gwOfung] Pronunciation Key, 1920–, Chinese Communist leader.
As Mao Zedong's designated heir, he became premier following Zhou Enlai's death (Jan., 1976) and chairman of the Chinese Communist party when Mao died (Sept., 1976).
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 Hua Guofeng - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Hua Guofeng - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Hua Guofeng, also Hua Kuo-feng (1920- ), Chinese political leader, who succeeded Zhou Enlai (Chou En-lai) as premier of China (1976-1980) and...
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 Ministry of State Security Operations - Chinese Intelligence Agencies
In 1979, Hua Guofeng planned to pay a visit to Iran on his way to Western Europe.
The assessment of CPC intelligence was that the Shah of Iran would not step down in the near future, though shortly after Hua Guofeng's visit the Shah was forced to leave the country.
The CPC was thoroughly discredited by this event and later fell afoul of the new regime in Iran.
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 Today in Asian History: February 8   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
For a short period, Hua held the top Party, State, and Army positions.
Click here to see a 1978 poster "Chairman Hua, the people of all nationalities warmly love you." Deng Xiaoping, however, gradually moved Hua aside.
Deng protegés Zhao Ziyang replaced Hua as premier in 1980 and Hu Yaobang replaced Hua as party general secretary in 1981.
www.isop.ucla.edu /eas/thisweek/02-08.htm   (268 words)

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