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  Zhou Enlai Summary
Zhou eventually made his way to the Jiangxi base area and gradually began to shift his loyalty away from the more orthodox, urban-focused branch of the CPC to Mao's new brand of rural revolution, and became one of the prominent members of the CPC.
Zhou is widely seen by many to have had a moderating influence on some of the worst excesses of Mao's regime, although he did not wield the power necessary to bring about major changes to policy.
Zhou's death brought messages of condolences from many Non-aligned states that he affected during his tenure as an effective diplomat and negotiator on the world stage, and many states saw Zhou's death as a terrible loss.
www.bookrags.com /Zhou_Enlai   (3346 words)

Zhou was one of the key figures in the process of creating a competitive market in telecommunications and thus facilitating the country's economic adaptation as a recent member of the WTO.
Zhou's prior administrative experience with telecommunications networks at local and province levels, as well as his nationwide perspective from his years at the MPT, proved very useful in his new responsibilities at the MII in developing the country's telecom industry to meet WTO standards.
Zhou's involvement with the company's contacts and familiarity with the ministry regulations concerning the development of the telecommunications industry during this time period would eventually prove highly useful; in 2000 Zhou became the CEO of China Telecom.
www.referenceforbusiness.com /biography/S-Z/Zhou-Deqiang-1941.html   (1725 words)

 Zhou (country subdivision) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The zhōu (州) was a historical political division of China.
Zhou were first mentioned in several ancient texts, notably the Yugong.
Zhou then continued to survive as a second- or third-level political division all the way until the Qing Dynasty.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zhou_(political_division)   (578 words)

 20th WCP: Two traditions of Western and Chinese Cultures
In political and ideological arenas, the Western is a contract model based on the individual, but the Chinese is an entirety one base on 'human administration.' In Western societies, the inner general tensile stress of contracts causes losses and breaks of action standards and values, but it also has features of reconstruction, regeneration, and re-creation.
At the time of divination Zhou Yi is divided into three Yao and six Yao, that is arranged by three in a group and six in a group.
In a word, Zhou Yi is a theoretical system to and forming of all thins with a method of reasoning from analogy.
www.bu.edu /wcp/Papers/Cult/CultLi.htm   (1667 words)

 Ken Zhou at wwww.els.uk.com -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The train of Zhou Yu (Zhou Yu of huoche); of Sun Zhou; with Li Gong, Tony Leung Ka-Fai and Sun Honglei Xiu, this one know a painter of porcelain, Zhou Yu (also Li Gong) in a dance in Yunnan to live in different cities, Zhou Yu is committed to cross that Zhou Dynasty.
The Zhou town was a town different from the Shang in the Chinese thought during the Zhou time: The mandate of the sky (tinm?), the Professor Xiaofang Zhou.
Of Zhou Zhou, the fl alchemist, tells that in certain occasion she catched a street dog and she pleased his presence to him, but Zhou Zhou took with himself all > to it; Zhou Enlai, Chinese politician.
wwww.els.uk.com /Ken-Zhou.html   (1084 words)

 Exploring Chinese History :: History :: Ancient Chinese History :: Summary
The Zhou established a new capital to the east at Chengzhou (near present-day Luoyang), where they were safer from barbarian attack, but the Eastern Zhou kings no longer exercised much political or military authority over the vassal states.
In the Eastern Zhou period, real power lay with the larger states, although the Zhou kings continued as nominal overlords, partly because they were recognized as custodians of the Mandate of Heaven, but also because no single feudal state was strong enough to dominate the others.
The division was caused by the forced abandonment of north China in 1127 by the Song court, which could not push back the nomadic invaders.
www.ibiblio.org /chinesehistory/contents/01his/c01s01.html   (3803 words)

 Asia Times Online :: China News, China Business News, Taiwan and Hong Kong News and Business.
The major function of the CPPCC is to conduct political consultation and exercise democratic supervision, and organize its members from various non-communist political parties, mass organizations and public personages from all walks of life to take part in the discussion and management of state affairs.
Leaders of non-communist political parties and representative figures without political party affiliation may, at any time they wish, submit in writing their suggestions to the CCP Central Committee on major state policies or specific issues or they may see leaders of the CCP Central Committee in person to exchange views.
Along with consultation is democratic supervision, which means that the non-communist political parties exercise supervision of the CCP and the government organs under its leadership, within the framework of the multi-party cooperation and political consultation.
www.atimes.com /atimes/China/GD05Ad07.html   (5145 words)

 Zhou Tianyong: "Reform of the Chinese Political System" :: China Digital Times (CDT) ...
Zhou Tianyong, an economist, puts political reform in its economic context to explain the goals of reform, the current situation, and suggestions on how to get there from here.
Zhou's book also raises questions about what kinds of new thinking are appearing at the most important school of the Chinese Communist Party.
The division of labor is poor, operations are not rational ["scientific"], and transparency is low.
chinadigitaltimes.net /2005/06/zhou_tianyong_r.php   (4488 words)

Zhou, S. Effects of arousing visuals and redundancy on cognitive assessment of television news.
Zhou, S., and Zhu, H. Perception of romanticism and the ideal spouse among Chinese youth.
Zhou, S., Potter, R., and Chung, Y. Effects of arousing visuals and redundancy on attention to news stories.
bama.ua.edu /~szhou/research.htm   (1432 words)

 Anticorruption Crackdown in China
Zhou is the son of Zhou Guanwu, who heads the Beijing-based Capital Iron and Steel Corp (Shougang).
Zhou is accused of committing "serious economic crimes," allegedly for the purchase in 1992 of an iron ore mine in Peru.
This is particularly the case at the local level because of the extensive web of connections powerful political figures have built in their provinces or counties.
www.worldbank.org /html/prddr/trans/MayJune95/boxpg3.htm   (837 words)

 Laozi (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
He lived in Zhou for a long time; witnessing the decline of Zhou, he departed.” When he reached the northwest border then separating China from the outside world, Yin Xi, the official in charge of the border pass, asked that he put his thoughts to writing.
As the political conditions deteriorated, philosophers and strategists vied to convince the rulers of the various states of their program to bring order to the land.
It is an ethical and political masterpiece intended for the ruling class, with concrete strategic suggestions aimed at remedying the moral and political turmoil engulfing late Zhou China.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/laozi   (13328 words)

 Belinda A. Aquino
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www.politicalscience.hawaii.edu /Faculty/aquino/aquino.htm   (912 words)

 Zhou - China History - China
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Zhou (political division) — Zhou is the name of a type of political division of China.
Zhou is the transliteration of a common Chinese family name 周.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Zhou   (172 words)

 Zhou Dynasty -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China -- Research Into Origins Of Huns, Uygurs, ...
Zhou people were conferred the title of 'Xi Bo' (Count of the West) by Shang Dynasty King Zhouwang as a buffer state against the Western nomads.
This division was based on the emergence of six prominent families in determing the politics of Jinn Principality in 475 BC.
Zhou King Pingwang moved eastward to Luoyi in 770 BC under the escort of Qin lord, and promised to Qin the land of Feng and Qishan should Qin defeat Quanrong and recover the territories.
www.republicanchina.org /zhou.html   (13784 words)

 General Chen Geng, Chinese Military Leaders of the Korean War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Soon Zhou fell into a critical illness and nearly died.
Zhou had to be carried on a stretcher.
General Chen Geng served as the Commander and political commissar of the 3rd Army Group.
www.paulnoll.com /Korea/War/Army-General-Chen-Geng.html   (317 words)

 Deng Xiaoping
After serving as the commissar (political officer) of a division of the communists' Eighth Route Army (1937-45), he was appointed a secretary of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in 1945 and served as chief commissar of the communists' Second Field Army during the Chinese Civil War (1948-49).
In 1973, however, Deng was reinstated under the sponsorship of Premier Zhou Enlai and made deputy premier, and in 1975 he became vice-chairman of the party's Central Committee, a member of its Political Bureau, and chief of the general staff.
But he was a member of the powerful Standing Committee of the Political Bureau, and he retained control of the armed forces by virtue of his being chairman of the CCP's Central Military Commission.
www.j-bradford-delong.net /TCEH/dengxiaoping.html   (1066 words)

 New Economist: Yuan band to widen
Pressed on details of a potential band widening, Zhou replied: "It depends on whether the band is enough for the market." Zhou made similar comments last weekend at a meeting of Group of Seven nations in Singapore.
Zhou also said China would gradually push to allow the yuan to be freely convertible and step up efforts to improve the openness of its financial sector.
Zhou Xiaochuan: "Asked by reporters on the sidelines of a financial forum whether China had a timetable for widening the band, Zhou said: "There is no need (for that)."
neweconomist.blogs.com /new_economist/2006/09/zhou_xiaochuan.html   (970 words)

However, the authors constantly remind the reader that, despite several changes of political control, the influence of foreign ideas and military invasion, and sustained periods of division and inter-state war as well as imperial unification, law in Dynastic China remained very much a force of conservatism and continuity.
We learn, for instance, that the earliest manifestation of Legalist codes of punishment were inscribed on bronze cauldrons and pots handed down and preserved by the Eastern Zhou kings of the 6th Century BCE as symbols of legitimate power.
Written law codes from the earlier ‘Western’ Zhou dynasty do not exist because of the Western Zhou kings’ adherence to the concept of li: the system approved and promulgated by Confucius which shunned written laws to a great extent in favour of rule by the virtue and good example.
www.bsos.umd.edu /gvpt/lpbr/subpages/reviews/head-wang0206.htm   (1503 words)

 AsiaSource: Asia Biography - a resource of the Asia Society
This division was at the root of the Communist leadership's inability to decide whether to support an anti-Chiang rebellion in Fujian Province in November 193, and led to Mao's replacement as political commissar by Zhou Enlai in the same year.
Always a competent political infighter, the embattled Mao secured reelection as chairman of the Central Soviet government when the Second All-China Congress of Soviets met at Ruijin in January 1934.
Zhou Enlai took care of the daily problems of relations with the Nationalists.
www.asiasource.org /society/mao.cfm   (2915 words)

 On Taking Prompt Punitive Action
He is oppressing the workers, wooing the bourgeoisie, consolidating his political power and getting control of sources of revenue in order to be able to undermine the allegiance of impoverished left-leaning troops.
And since the dismissal of Xue and Yan the 1st and 21st Divisions have lost most of their combat effectiveness and are now stationed in Zhenjiang and Suzhou.
Guo Moruo (1892-1978) was deputy director of the General Political Department of the National Revolutionary Army during the Northern Expedition.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/zhou-enlai/1927/04/x01.htm   (1170 words)

 Political Science Department Northern Illinois University (NIU) Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Students interested in the areas of public law, women and politics and issues related to political behavior such as voting, public opinion, political culture, judicial behavior, comparative regulation, political psychology, and small group decision making are especially encouraged to apply.
Barbara Burrell (Ph.D. University of Michigan) is an associate professor of Political Science and Associate Director of the Public Opinion Laboratory at Northern Illinois University where she teaches courses in public opinion, political behavior and women and politics.
She is also working on an Illinois Politics project that among other facets will reflect on the more than twenty years of survey data collected through the yearly Illinois Policy Surveys conducted by NIU’s Center for Governmental Studies.
polisci.niu.edu /graduate/AG.html   (1521 words)

A group of military and political officials of the Kuomintang clique took refuge in Taiwan and, with the support of the then U.S. administration, created the division between the two sides of the Straits.
In May 1955 the late Premier Zhou Enlai said at a NPC Standing Committee meeting that two alternatives were open to the Chinese people for the solution of the Taiwan question -- by resort to war or by peaceful means.
The present division between the two sides of the Taiwan Straits is a misfortune for the Chinese nation.
www.nti.org /db/china/engdocs/twnwp93.htm   (6888 words)

 Moming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
One of the galleries, which was published in July but still sits on the homepage of the website’s ">Asia Section, is about how Zhou Lianchun, who once was a brutal red guard during China’s culture revolution relentlessly killing and torturing innocent people, most of them decent scholars and professors, transformed himself to a successful entrepreneur.
The gallery is accompanied by a long ">feature story about Zhou’s life (or rather the story is accompanied by the gallery, who cares, it’s the multi-media).
At the end of the show, the slideshow quotes Zhou, who once was a headstrong believer of ">Mao Zedong and his revolution theory, as saying “did Mao represent economic forces stronger than capitalism?
journalism.berkeley.edu /projects/citmedia/zhou/category/china   (1047 words)

 CIVIL WARS-- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
Militarily, Mao Tse-tung agreed to compress to 48 and consecutively 43 divisions, so that communist forces would be amounting to 1/6th and consecutively 1/7th the size of 263 KMT divisions.
By Oct 17th, Hu Zongnan's 110th division of 85th corps successfully took control of the railway segment between Zhengzhou and Anyang of Henan Prov by defeating communists in Yuanwu, Huoia and Huixian.
Zhou Enlai's excuse for wrestling over Chihfeng was that communist troops were already in control of the city.
www.republicanchina.org /civil_wars.html   (11222 words)

 Song   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
After the death of Zhou Shizong, his son succeded the throne when he was only 7 years old.
Zhao ended the Later Zhou Dynasty and established the dynasty of Song.
Fan Zhongyan, Ou Yangxiou, etc. proposed 10 changes to the current political system to the emperor.
library.thinkquest.org /C0122767/song.html   (441 words)

 Second Artillery Corps - China Nuclear Forces
The six Divisions are independently deployed in the main military regions.
Each Division is directly subordinate to the Second Artillery commander in Qinghe, although they do receive support from the military regions.
A Division headquarters structure mirrors that of the national headquarters in Qinghe with Headquarters, Political, Logistics, and Equipment and Technology Departments.
www.fas.org /nuke/guide/china/agency/2-corps.htm   (1098 words)

 James Dator
Research Interests: futures studies (especially the design of new political institutions [for space settlements, as well as Earth], and the futures of law, education, and technology); the political-economic futures of North America, East Asia, and the Pacific Islands; and the politics of media.
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www.politicalscience.hawaii.edu /Faculty/dator/dator.htm   (646 words)

 Mao China
MaoSpeak: Extracts of MaoSpeak, or NewChina NewSpeak (Xinhua wenti), popularised on Mainland China as the political and social lingua franca from the 1940s.
This section discusses the political influence Mao Zedong exerted over art and literature as early as 1930, the Marxist-Lenin basis of Mao's theories, and Mao's speech of 1942, "Talks at the Yenan Forum on Art and Literature." Excerpts from the thesis by Wendy A. Levine
Lei Feng (Film Extract) tells the tale of a PLA soldier who was a model student of Mao Zedong Thought and whose tireless study of the Chairman’s writings and good deeds are shown in this film.
www.casahistoria.net /mao_china.htm#Zhou_Enlai   (2215 words)

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