Mao Zedong

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Chinese communist leader (1893-1976)

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lt;BChinese paramilitary police officers stand guard under a portrait of Chairman Mao, whose Little Red Book was used by Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell in the House of Commons yesterday in response to Chancellor George Osborne's statement
Chairman Mao threw that line into the wind during the historic talks with President Richard Nixon in 1972, while pointing to Kissinger as the man who could shape the opportunity.
Through eating these noodles we can be happy, they express long life and our love for Chairman Mao, who is great," said a 63-year-old woman surnamed Ding, after tucking into a steaming bowl, adding that Mao "defeated Japanese imperialism".
Our friendship is rooted in a shared history and cultural heritage and it is the result of the vision of our great leaders, Chairman Mao Zedong, Premier Zhou Enlai and Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto," the President said while addressing China's national day reception here at the Chinese Embassy.
Protesters hold up posters of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong and a poster of China's late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping (back) wearing a People's Liberation Army uniform during a protest on the 81st anniversary of Japan's invasion of China, outside the Japanese embassy in Beijing, on September 18.
That same year, Chairman Mao Zedong and two of his top statesmen died, bringing the Cultural Revolution to an end and ushering in a new political and economic era.
But," they emphasized, "The Great Chairman Mao did not do those bad things.
Mr Spellar highlighted the policy of Chinese dictator Chairman Mao, who sent educated officials from China's big cities to work in the countryside.
The movie is a propaganda film from the government that commemorates the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, with longtime party chairman Mao Zedong in a starring role.
Summary: BEIJING: There's a new face keeping Chairman Mao company on Tiananmen Square.
Except that it was a different kind of religion--a political religion, the religion of Chairman Mao Zedong who, for three decades, was Chinas dictator and the head of the ruling communist party.
What they, in fact, managed to do was throw ink on the iconic image of Chairman Mao that surmounts the entrance to the Forbidden City.
Or if the founder of Communist China, who fretted about Aothe serious tendency toward capitalism among the well-to-do peasants,Ao could hear this blithe assertion by a visitor here: AoI think that what Chairman Mao really intended was for Chinese people to get rich.
Taking a leaf from China's Chairman Mao, Cuba has published a collection of the thoughts of its former leader Fidel Castro, who led the country for 49 years before resigning last year, reports Reuters (Aug.
I was reminded of the "two whatevers policy" advocated by some in China's Communist Party in the late 1970s: "We will resolutely uphold whatever policy decisions Chairman Mao made, and unswervingly follow whatever policy decisions came.
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