Ch'ü Ch'iu-pai

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Ch'ü Ch'iu-pai

(ˈtʃuː ˈtʃjuːˈbeɪ)
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(Biography) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Qu Qiu Bai
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These scholars advocated replacement of the traditional character-based script and designed a Romanization for Chinese called Latinxua sinwenz [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Spearheaded by Qu Qiubai [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1899-1935) with the participation of the Russian Sinologist Alexander Dragunov [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1900-1955), Latinxua sinwenz was initially used as a tool for eliminating illiteracy among ethnic Chinese in the Soviet Union.
Qu Qiubai held that a Romanization should not discriminate against, or particularly favor, any dialect and advised a return to the mixed Mandarin pronunciation of the 1913 version of zhuyin zimu.
Qu Qiubai xuanji [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Beijing: Renmin chubanshe, 1953.
Qu Qiubai 1931: 672-74; DeFrancis 1950: 94, 232-33; Lin Tao 2010: 461.
In the weeks after Sun Zhongshan's death, ideological tension between the "right" and "left" wings of the United Front turned into a rift when Qu Qiubai [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1899-1935)--a Communist Party Central Committee member, the architect of the "bloc within" strategy of the CCP, and the editor of New Youth--wrote and published an essay on Sun's life and work.
In September 1925, Qu Qiubai attacked Dai's interpretation of Sun's thought.
Sun Zhongshan's philosophy, Gan argued, was not based on a metaphysical foundation (as Dai Jitao had argued) or a materialist interpretation of history (as Qu Qiubai had argued).
For instance, the former residences and tombs of Li Hongzhang, Hu Shi, Chen Duxiu, Qu Qiubai and many others were built and destroyed because the view of them changed.