Communist China

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Synonyms for Communist China

a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia

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Webster and Zwierzchowski reveal Canadian Catholics to be wary of communist regimes as they established more ambivalent relations with government-sanctioned Christians in Communist China than did their Canadian Protestant counterparts with whom Catholics collaborated in the Canada China Programme.
Taiwan, which broke away from Communist China in 1949, considers itself an independent nation, but the government in Beijing still considers it part of China.
Tooley's contribution is to extend the South Asian evidence to countries in Africa and to test it in communist China.
When Su-Jen and her mother, Lai-Jing, left Communist China in the 1950s for Canada, they spoke no English, and Su-Jen had never met her father.
Three stories illustrate the state of Christianity in Communist China today:
The United States should think about what it would mean to have an alliance only with Japan in Northeast Asia while South Korea became more "neutral" and sided even with communist China.
UN forces from its border and won an important victory that established Communist China as a great power.
Post Communist China is becoming increasingly brand conscious and a number of local manufacturers of consumer products are resorting to western strategies to take on global brand owners.
While trade prohibitions against communist China were lifted in the 1970s, the United States continues its 42-year embargo forbidding ordinary commerce with Cuba.
The performance marked the first time a Western musical had been staged in communist China, but it was hard to predict how the ideals of the French Revolution - liberty and equality - would be perceived by the people and the authorities.
Robertson has entered into a partnership with brutal Liberian dictator Charles Taylor to run a gold-mining operation in that war-torn African nation, hopes to become the main Internet provider in communist China and is trying to open an oil refinery in a poor neighborhood near Los Angeles.
The pro-government press bristles with anti-Americanism while the country's leadership cozies up to communist China, Cuba, and the pariah state of North Korea.
Her numerous accomplishments in the arts, letters and politics have been cloaked in obscurity largely because at the time of her death in Communist China, and many years before, she had become an "enemy" of the country of her birth, the United States.
Hong Kong's decline has had little to do with the fact that Britain handed control over the city to communist China in 1997.
We have Communist China and Taiwan hurling invective at each other, raising the question of whether the United States should go to war if the Reds invade Quemoy and Matsu.