Jiang Qing


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Jiang Qing

(ˈdʒjæŋ ˈtʃɪŋ) or

Chiang Ch'ing

n
(Biography) 1913–91, Chinese Communist actress and politician; widow of Mao Tse-tung. She was a leading member of the Gang of Four
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Jiang Qing

(ˈdʒyɑŋ ˈtʃɪŋ)
n.
1914–91, Chinese political leader: wife of Mao Zedong.
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When Mao died in 1976 and Deng Xiaoping wrested power from Mao's wife, Jiang Qing, and the rest of the "Gang of Four," Deng moved to establish a rules-based system for succession to avoid the misadventures of the Maoist years.
During the Cultural Revolution, Jiang Qing, the ring leader of The Gang of Four and Mao's 4th wife, led the effort to transform China's cultural landscape.
La enigmatica personalidad de Zhou En Lai, el eterno lugarteniente comparativamente culto y racional, las complejas e inestables relaciones de Mao con su ultima conyuge, la extremista Jiang Qing, y otras figuras como Lin Biao, quien pudo haber sucedido a Mao, se retratan de manera vivida, mostrando sus estrategias de poder y de supervivencia en un ambiente muchas veces conspirativo, donde las divisiones ideologicas apenas encubrian fuertes contiendas entre bambalinas.
By 1981, the Chinese Communist Party had disowned the Cultural Revolution, passing a resolution which while still acclaiming Mao as a pioneering genius, condemned this particular 'revolution' as an error for whose horrors the 'Gang of Four' - Mao's wife Jiang Qing and her three closest aides - were mainly responsible.
In the autumn of 1974, Imelda Marcos gifted Jiang Qing with mangoes.
Jiang Qing designated the ballet as one of eight yang ban xi, or model works, to guide the creation of proletarian art and literature during the Cultural Revolution.
Nevertheless, experts say China, which already produces its own fighter planes, is determined to develop its own commercial aircraft industry -- something that has been a dream of the country's leaders fromAaAaAeAeAaAeAe 1920s when former President Sun Yat-sen named the country's first domestically-produced aircraft after his wife, to the 1970s, when Chairman Mao's wife Jiang Qing oversaw the production of an aircraft known as theAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Y-10, th only three were ever made.
China has dreamed of building its own civil aircraft since the 1970s when Jiang Qing, Mao Zedong's wife and a member of the notorious ''Gang of Four'', personally backed the attempt to develop the Y-10.
China has dreamed of building its own civil aircraft since the 1970s when Jiang Qing, Mao Zedong's wife and a member of the notorious "Gang of Four", personally backed the attempt to develop the Y-10.
The only other first lady to have had a prominent public role was a marked contrast to Peng -- Mao Zedong's wife Jiang Qing, who was once an actress but later became an influential political figure.