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In the News (Sun 26 Oct 14)

  
  Changes in Ecclesiastical Circumscriptions in China
Apostolic Vicariate of Chekiang and Kiangsi 浙江江西 was erected (from Apostolic Vicariate of Fujian 福建)
Apostolic Vicariate of Kiangsi 江西 was erected (from Apostolic Vicariate of Chekiang and Kiangsi 浙江江西)
Apostolic Vicariate of Southern Kiangsi 江西南境 was erected (from Apostolic Vicariate of Kiangsi 江西)
www.gcatholic.com /dioceses/events/CN.htm   (4522 words)

  
 1939: China - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
In Chekiang, Kiangsi, Hunan, and near Canton, they continue to harass the enemy, tear up railway tracks, attack garrisons and in general hold up the progress of the invaders.
Perhaps the most important activity is their propaganda among people in the occupied regions, where they constantly keep alive the spirit of resistance and counteract the attempts of the invaders to persuade the people that Japan has already won the war, and that it would be better for them to cooperate with the new masters.
By the summer of 1939, there were over 1,200 cooperatives, employing in the neighborhood of 35,000 workers, many of whom are refugees from the devastated areas; and the number is constantly growing.
encarta.msn.com /sidebar_461501118/1939_China.html   (6712 words)

  
 BE CONCERNED WITH THE WELL-BEING OF THE MASSES, PAY ATTENTION TO METHODS OF WORK
By linking the problem of the well-being of the masses with that of the revolutionary war, the comrades in both these places are simultaneously solving the problems of revolutionary methods of work and of accomplishing their revolutionary tasks.
Changkang Township is in Hsingkuo County, Kiangsi Province.
Kunglueh County was then in the Red area in Kiangsi, with the town of Tungku lying southeast of Kian County as its centre.
www.wellesley.edu /Polisci/wj/China/Mao/wellbeing.html   (1691 words)

  
 Wen T'ien-hsiang Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Wen T'ien-hsiang was born on June 6, 1236, in Chi-an, Kiangsi.
Wen's request was not granted, and the Sung dynasty was given a respite when, still in 1259, Kublai Khan, on the death of Möngke (Mangu) Khan, turned north to claim the Mongol throne.
Confronted by the superior Mongol armies, Wen was unable to reverse the military situation and early in 1279 suffered a final defeat in Kwantung.
www.bookrags.com /biography/wen-tien-hsiang   (407 words)

  
 WHY IS IT THAT RED POLITICAL POWER CAN EXIST IN CHINA
In difficult or critical times some comrades often have doubts about the survival of Red political power and become pessimistic The reason is that they have not found the correct explanation for its emergence and survival.
Thanks to these proper tactics, to a terrain favourable to our struggle, and to the inadequate co-ordination between the troops invading from Hunan and those invading from Kiangsi, we were able to win a number of victories in the four months from April to July.
The situation arising from this defeat was salvaged as a result of the corrective measures taken by the Special Committee and the Army Committee of the Party after September.
www.angelfire.com /nv/readpiss/WHYISITTHATREDPOLITICALPOWERCANEXISTINCHINA.html   (2954 words)

  
 THE STRUGGLE IN THE CHINGKANG MOUNTAINS
In the Kiangsi sector, land ownership was most concentrated in Suichuan County, where about 80 per cent of the land belonged to the landlords.
It has incurred the bitter hatred of the landlord class of Hunan, Hupeh and Kiangsi and indeed of that of the whole country, but it is steadily raising the hopes of the workers, peasants and soldiers in the surrounding provinces.
In the Land Law of Hsingkuo County, Kiangsi, adopted in April 1929, the provision "confiscate all the land" was changed into "confiscate the public land and the land of the landlord class".
marxists.org /reference/archive/mao/selected-works/volume-1/mswv1_4.htm   (12076 words)

  
 Chinese Numismatics in Research µØ®L¬u³f·J¦Ò - ±dº³³qÄ_
The Kiangsi province had been a very famous casting center in the history of the Chinese coinage since Shang dynasty.
In the whole country of Southern Tang (937~975 AD.), 20% of coins were cast by the mints located in what now Kiangsi province, 12% in Sung dynasty, and Kiangsi Mint was the largest mint in Ming dynasty, because 37% of the China's mintage was cast by the Kiangsi mints in the whole country.
Kiangsi and Yunan province had the largest copper mines in China.
members.tripod.com /ykleungt/kanghsib.htm   (829 words)

  
 Chinese Numismatics in Research µØ®L¬u³f·J¦Ò - ±dº³³qÄ_
The Kiangsi province had been a very famous casting center in the history of the Chinese coinage since Shang dynasty.
In the whole country of Southern Tang (937~975 AD.), 20% of coins were cast by the mints located in what now Kiangsi province, 12% in Sung dynasty, and Kiangsi Mint was the largest mint in Ming dynasty, because 37% of the China's mintage was cast by the Kiangsi mints in the whole country.
Kiangsi and Yunan province had the largest copper mines in China.
ykleungt.tripod.com /kanghsib.htm   (829 words)

  
 A SINGLE SPARK CAN START A PRAIRIE FIRE
The plan to take Kiangsi Province within a year was also proposed last April by the Front Committee to the Central Committee, and a decision to that effect was later made at Yutu.
In Kiangsi, there are sixteen regiments under the two commands of Chu Pei-teh and Hsiung Shih-hui; they are stronger than the armed forces of either Fukien or Chekiang, but far inferior to those of Hunan.
First, the economy of Kiangsi is mainly feudal, the merchant-capitalist class is relatively weak, and the armed forces of the landlords are weaker than in any other southern province.
www.ucc.ie /acad/socstud/tmp_store/mia_2/Library/reference/archive/mao/works/1930/pairie.htm   (3189 words)

  
 Brief introduction to the Hakka and their language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Migration from the Central Plains (Shansi, Shensi, Honan, etc.) to the southern parts of Honan and Hupeh, Yangtze Basin (Anhwei, Kiangsi), and Kan River Basin (Kiangsi).
The Hakka who established in Kiangsi in the first wave move further to Southern Anhwei, south-eastern Kiangsi, south-western Szechwan, and north-eastern Kwangtung.
Migration from Kiangsi and Fukien to the northern and eastern parts of Kwangtung
www.angelfire.com /biz/coolwww/HakkaOrig.htm   (539 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Kiangsi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Kiangsi Soviet Republic: Mao and the National Congresses of 1931 and 1934 (China research monographs) by Derek J Waller (Unknown Binding - 1973)
A Ming Society: T'ai-ho County, Kiangsi, in the Fourteenth to Seventeenth Centuries.(Review): An article from: The Journal of the American Oriental Society by Romeyn Taylor (Jul 28, 2005)
Kiangsi native trade and its taxation (The Modern Chinese economy) by Stanley Fowler Wright (Unknown Binding - 1980)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Kiangsi&tag=lexico&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (381 words)

  
 The Long March: 1934-1935
Until 1934, the Communist troops, known as the Red Army, had maintained their base in the southeastern province of Kiangsi.
In addition to the barriers of nature, the mostly unarmed soldiers of the Red Army were repeatedly involved in battles and skirmishes with Nationalist troops as they progressed toward their destination.
Of the 100,000 soldiers that left Kiangsi, only 30,000 survived to finally reach their new base at Shensi in October 1935.
www.thenagain.info /WebChron/China/LongMarch.html   (614 words)

  
 The Struggle in the Chingkang Mountains
In the Kiangsi sector, landownership was most concentrated in Suichuan County, where about 80 per cent of the land belonged to the landlords.
It has incurred the bitter hatred of the landlord class of Hunan, Hupeh and Kiangsi and indeed of that of the whole country, but it is steadily raising the hopes of the workers, peasants and soldiers in the surrounding provinces.
In the Land Law of Hsingkuo County, Kiangsi, adopted in April 1929, the provision "confiscate all the land" was changed into "confiscate the public land and the land of the landlord class".
marx2mao.com /Mao/SCM28.html   (11897 words)

  
 phorum - Our World Forum at Asiawind - A New Look at People's War...
We shall first discuss the basic concepts of the theory that Mao developed during the Kiangsi Soviet period, and then review the refinements that he made when he put the theory into systematic, written form in the forces opposing him were clearly superior in late 1930s.
The military strategy that Mao employed in defense of the Kiangsi Soviet was guerrilla warfare, i.e., the use of small units engaged in hit-and-run, harassment-type operations.
The Kiangsi Soviet period includes the years from 1927 to 1934, during which Mao established the Kiangsi Soviet in southern Kiangsi, Hunan, and Fukien provinces.
www.asiawind.com /forums/read.php?f=3&i=188312&t=188312   (5736 words)

  
 A SINGLE SPARK CAN START A PRAIRIE FIRE
In Kiangsi, there are sixteen regiments under the two commands of Chu Pei-teh [14] and Hsiung Shih-hui; [15] they are stronger than the armed forces of either Fukien or Chekiang, but far inferior to those of Hunan.
It is like a ship far out at sea whose mast-head can already be seen from the shore; it is like the morning sun in the east whose shimmering rays are visible from a high mountain top; it is like a child about to be born moving restlessly in its mother's womb.
Comrade Pang Chih-min, a native of Yiyang, Kiangsi Province, and a member of the Sixth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, was the founder of the Red area in northeastern Kiangsi and of the Tenth Red Army.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/mao/selected-works/volume-1/mswv1_6.htm   (3654 words)

  
 RW ONLINE:Mao Tsetung: The Art of War
Chingkangshan was an area along the border between Hunan and Kiangsi provinces.
The strongest KMT units were those of the Nineteenth Route Army and the armies in the east, inside the border of Kiangsi Province.
Chiang's strategy was to drive straight into the Kiangsi base area, press the Red Army against the Kan River and annihilate it there.
revcom.us /a/v21/1030-039/1030/50mhis1.htm   (3279 words)

  
 To The Communist Labour University In Kiangsi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I hope in other provinces besides Kiangsi there will be schools of this type.
Other provinces should send competent and knowledgeable comrades in responsible positions to Kiangsi to investigate your schools and to absorb your experience.
The Communist Labour University of Kiangsi celebrates its third anniversary on 1 August 1961 and I was asked to write a few words for the occasion.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/mao/selected-works/volume-8/mswv8_61.htm   (409 words)

  
 RW ONLINE:Mao Tsetung: The Art of War
Chingkangshan was an area along the border between Hunan and Kiangsi provinces.
The strongest KMT units were those of the Nineteenth Route Army and the armies in the east, inside the border of Kiangsi Province.
Chiang's strategy was to drive straight into the Kiangsi base area, press the Red Army against the Kan River and annihilate it there.
rwor.org /a/v21/1030-039/1030/50mhis1.htm   (3279 words)

  
 Chinese Soviet Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In the Twenties the Chinese communists proclaimed a Soviet republic in Kiangsi.
It was proclaimed 3 January 1932 in Kiangsi and was overthrown by Chiang Kai-shek on 10 November 1934.
The Chinese Communist Party adopted their own War Flag in 1935, which was red bearing a large 5-pointed white star in the center upon which was a *fl* hammer and sickle of the Russian-soviet type.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/cn-csr.html   (240 words)

  
 Mao Zedong 1976   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In the midst of this turmoil (October 1927), Mao led a few hundred peasants to a base in the Ching-kang Shan (Ching-kang Mountains) on the Kiangsi-Hunan border where he developed new tactics of guerrilla warfare, using the the Red Army operating from base areas in the countryside.
In November 1931, Mao led the formation of the Chinese Soviet Republic in a portion of Kiangsi Province.
Mao felt that since there was little hope for a worker-led revolution in the cities, the promise of ultimate victory now seemed to reside in the gradual strengthening and expansion of the base areas in the countryside.
novaonline.nv.cc.va.us /eli/evans/his135/Events/mao76.htm   (2144 words)

  
 Wang Yangming : quotes, biography and bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In 1506, because he offended a eunuch, he was banished to modern Kueichow where he stayed for more than two years.
In 1510 he was appointed a magistrate in Kiangsi, where he built up a remarkable record of administration in seven months.
From 1517 to 1519, he suppressed several rebellions in Kiangsi and Fukien, including the one by Prince Ning.
www.onelittleangel.com /wisdom/quotes/wang_yangming.asp   (1050 words)

  
 Modern China: The Chinese Communist Party
On August 1, 1927, a peasant army numbering 15,000 men attacked and seized the city of Nanchang in Kiangsi in southern China.
The Comintern believed that a real communist revolution would be a revolution of workers rather than peasants, so it began sponsoring a series of urban uprisings.
Like the Bolsheviks, Chiang criticized Mao for being too "egalitarian"; he believed that landlords should be completely deprived of their land.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/MODCHINA/COMM.HTM   (1820 words)

  
 Modern China: The Chinese Communist Party
On August 1, 1927, a peasant army numbering 15,000 men attacked and seized the city of Nanchang in Kiangsi in southern China.
The Comintern believed that a real communist revolution would be a revolution of workers rather than peasants, so it began sponsoring a series of urban uprisings.
Like the Bolsheviks, Chiang criticized Mao for being too "egalitarian"; he believed that landlords should be completely deprived of their land.
www.wsu.edu:8001 /~dee/MODCHINA/COMM.HTM   (1820 words)

  
 Zhou Enlai
In 1932 the party centre, under increasingly heavy police pressure in Shanghai, also moved to Kiangsi, and Zhou succeeded Mao as the political commissar of the Red Army, which was commanded by Zhu De.
Although Zhou initially allied himself with the CCP leaders who wrested control of policy making in the Kiangsi soviet from Mao's hands, the two men eventually entered into a close association that would last unbroken until Zhou's death.
Chiang Kai-shek's campaigns finally forced the Communists to retreat from Kiangsi and other soviet areas in south-central China in October 1934 and begin the Long March to a new base in northern China.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/riley/787/China/enlai/enlai.html   (1162 words)

  
 Sung Dynasty Tea Bowls - The Art of Asia - Guide to Chinese Ceramics
It is interesting to note that the major tea producing provinces of Fujian and Kiangsi each had important kiln districts specializing in the production of fl ware.
This ware was distinctive for its glaze effects known as "hare's-fur" and "oil-spot" that occurred naturally during firing.
The Chi-chou kilns in Kiangsi were especially known for their tea bowls which featured a variety of stenciled, splashed, brushed, and resist techniques in their innovative glazes.
www.artsmia.org /art-of-asia/ceramics/early-chinese-ceramics-teabowls.cfm   (154 words)

  
 The Long March -- Kathryn Kolata
This trek, later to be known as the Long March, began after Chiang Kai-shek and his Nationalist armies (the Kuomintang) thwarted the fledgling Communist organization in Southeast China.
Mao was captured and had to bribe his way out of captivity, eventually leading some of his troops to the mountains of Chingkangshan on the border of Hunan and Kiangsi.
The six-year Communist capital Juichin, in Kiangsi Province, was officially reported today to have been occupied yesterday by government forces.
www.iusb.edu /~journal/1999/Paper8.html   (6317 words)

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