Yenan


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Yenan

(ˈjɛnˈæn)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Yanan
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This production of the Ibsen play had a successful run for two months, and when it was over, this extraordinary Chinese Nora continued to run--from Shanghai to Yenan, the base of the Chinese Communist Party during those difficult years.
The whole initiative aimed to provide additional electricity to surrounding villages as well; contributing to the entire Yenan Chuang Township.
The Soviet and Yenan Koreans had basically been eliminated (Scalapino and Lee 1972; Szalontai 2005).
In 1942, Mao Zedong gave the speech "Talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art" ("Yan'An wenyi tanhua"), in which he resolutely privileged political criterion over artistic criterion.
There were eight of them, and Whittlesey made nine, flying from Chungking to Yenan on July 22, 1944, to find out whether reports and rumors about the Chinese Communists were true.
Tilbury, p 538, states that 'the political orientation of [the Id Group] was made manifest at the first meeting [on 11 September 1971] where it was agreed that a course of study and discussion on Mao Tse-tung Thought should be embarked on', including consideration of the 1942 Talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art.
Following a Yang Zhu's evaluation of the Yan'an Talks as the second literary revolution in China, Hsia emphasized the Talks' significance to the CCP in a relatively objective way: "To defenders and detractors, the Yenan Forum of 1942 was a major event in the determination of the nature of future Chinese Communist literature.
An Austrian Jew, Ruth Weiss, a political radical and Donald's French teacher in high school, introduced him to people at the Yenan Mission in Chungking, and from there he met others such as Madame Sun Yat-sen.
Jon Yi was born in the caves of Yenan, Did the Long March on his
Butterfield, 1976) Agnes Smedley, another Western journalist who became acquainted with Mao and the CPC during the Yenan era, described Mao as aloof and reserved: "The sinister quality I had first felt so strongly in him proved to be a spiritual isolation" Butterfield, 1976).
The Roadies found things difficult in the Wirral Wednesday competition, losing 20-1 to high fliers Inter Yenan in the game of the day.
Mao Tse-Tung, "On Protracted War," lectures, Yenan Association for the Study of the War of Resistance Against Japan, Peking, June 3, 1938.