Chou En-lai

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Chou En-lai

 (jō′ ĕn-lī′)
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Chou En-lai

(tʃəʊ ɛnˈlaɪ) or

Zhou En Lai

(Biography) 1898–1976, Chinese Communist statesman; foreign minister of the People's Republic of China (1949–58) and premier (1949–76)
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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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Noun1.Chou En-lai - Chinese revolutionary and communist leader (1898-1976)
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Pakistan's membership of pacts could have caused serious misgivings in China but for the fact that Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Bogra reached a good understanding with Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai at Bandung Conference in 1955.
Chen-ye Yuan delivered premier Chou En-lai's philosophical musings with a warm if rather throaty baritone, and bass-baritone Patrick Carfizzi made a resonant and (in the frenzied Red Detachment of Women ballet) athletic Henry Kissinger.
However, before Iran can have either a Gorbachev or a Deng, it must first find either a Khrushchev or a Chou En-lai. Without serious de-Khomeinization, Iran would have no chance of achieving a reasonable measure of political, economic and legal stability.
India outright aggressor - Chinese Premier: Chinese Prime Minister Chou En-lai condemned India as the 'outright aggressor' in the conflict with Pakistan , the New China News agency reported.
Burchett sang the role of Chou En-Lai in "Nixon in China" with Eugene Opera in 2012, Count Almaviva in "The Marriage of Figaro" in 2010 and Masetto in "Don Giovanni" in 2009.
this was a main theme of Mr Chou En-lai's [Zhou Enlai] visit to Africa ...;
Notes Nixon biographer Stephen Ambrose, "He knew that when his old friend John Foster Dulles had refused to shake the hand of Chou En-lai in Geneva in 1954, Chou had felt insulted.
On his retirement in 1971, Ronning returned to China where he had tea with Chou En-lai and was invited for dinner at the Great Hall.
Asked in the early 1970s about the impact of the French revolution of 1789, the Chinese premier Chou En-Lai reputedly said that it was far too early to tell.
The book's strongest section is its second, in which Johnson attempts to outline the musical characterization of Richard and Pat Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong), Chiang Ch'ing (Jiang Qing), and Chou En-lai (Zhou Enlai).
While he was a founder of the first and the third organisation, he was certainly associated with at least one of the founders of the second (Chou En-Lai) in France, encouraging the latter to turn left; he also worked closely with the CCP in pre-revolutionary China during extremely difficult moments of its history.