Mao Tsetung


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Noun1.Mao Tsetung - Chinese communist leader (1893-1976)Mao Tsetung - Chinese communist leader (1893-1976)
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The first of a trilogy that will catalog China's evolution under Mao TseTung, Chinese poet-turned-author Xie Hong shows the catastrophic effects of being considered different in a differing climate through the eyes of the children in a provincial village.
Baritone Scott Hendricks sang robustly as Richard Nixon and tenor Chad Shelton was a clarion Mao Tsetung. 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.
It also says that Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Tsetung "fought the Japanese together." Both certainly opposed the Japanese, but definitely not together.
About three and half decades ago Pakistan during the regime of general Yahya Khan played a crucial role in launching the ping pong diplomacy through a PIA flight which secretly flew US secretary of States Henry Kissinger to Beijing where he met the Chinese leader Mao TseTung that ended decades old enmity between the two countries.
Her transformative vision would also take central planning far beyond the realms already practiced during the most totalitarian epochs of Communist dictators Mao Tsetung, and Josef Stalin.
This was the year in which Mao Tsetung died and the instabilities which were the final stages of the 'Cultural Revolution' ended with the wretched dictator's death.