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Zhou En·lai

or Chou En-lai  (jō′ ĕn-lī′) 1898-1976.
Chinese revolutionary and politician. A leader of the Chinese Communist Party, he was the first premier (1949-1976) and foreign minister (1949-1958) of China.
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Zhou En•lai

or Chou En-lai

(ˈdʒoʊ ɛnˈlaɪ)
1898–1976, Chinese Communist leader: premier 1949–76.
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