Feb 15, · Deng Xiaoping, Chinese communist leader who was the most powerful figure in China from the late 1970s until he died in He abandoned many orthodox communist doctrines and attempted to incorporate elements of the free-enterprise system and other reforms into the Chinese economy. Read more about Deng Xiaoping here.
Deng Xiaoping. Born in 1904, Deng Xiaoping (d ) was one of the first generation of Chinese Communist Party leaders. He held prominent positions in the government in the 1950s and 1960s, but he was removed from office and imprisoned during the years of the Cultural Revolution,
Directed by Yinnan Ding. With Qi Lu, Katia Tchenko. Spans the twenty years from the moment that Chinese leader Deng returned to power, to his last visit to Southern China ( ). It is the first cinematic attempt to examine Deng Xiao Ping's career
Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China, by Ezra Vogel, is a fabulously written biography of one of modern China's most well regarded politicians. Deng Xiaoping was a fascinating character, who put the framework in place that China has used to modernize and bring millions of people out of poverty.
Apr 01, · Deng Xiaoping: A Revolutionary Life by Alexander V. Pantsov, Steven I Levine is the biography of arguably the second most important person in modern China. Paston is a professor of history and holds the Edward and Mary Catherine Gerhold Chair in …
Deng Xiaoping (Pinyin: Dèng Xiǎopíng, [tɤŋ˥˩ ɕjɑʊ˩ pʰiŋ˧˥] ( listen); 22 August – 19 February 1997) was a politician and reformist leader of the Communist Party of China who, after Mao's death led his country towards a market economy.
"Não sei se Marx aprova tudo o que estamos fazendo aqui. Mas vou encontrar-me com ele no céu e conversaremos a respeito." :- Deng Xiaoping responsável pelo processo de abertura econômica da China, em :- Fonte: Revista Veja; Veja Especial
Il potere politico nasce dalla canna del fucile. :Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun. Citato in Jesse Birnbaum, Howard Chua-Eoan, [//www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171, ,00.html La disperazione e la morte in una piazza di Pechino], Time.com, 12 giugno 1989