Selected Works of Zhou.
Selected Works of Zhou.
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Marxist Library: Zhou Enlai. Selected Works, Volume One (PDF). Message from Chairman Liu Shaoqi and Premier Zhou Enlai to Roberto Chiari, President of the Republic of Panama (January 12, 1964). Selected Works, Volume Two (PDF). On Taking Prompt Punitive Action Against Chiang Kai-Shek (April 1927). Premier Zhou Enlai's Speech at the National Day Reception (September 30, 1966). Report to the Tenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China (August 24, 1973).
Works by or about Zhou Enlai in libraries (WorldCat catalog). Zhou Enlai Biography From Spartacus Educational. Zhou Enlai, Stephan Landserger's Chinese Propaganda Pages.
Zhou Enlai is generally regarded as a skilled negotiator, a master of policy implementation, a devoted revolutionary, and a pragmatic statesman with patience and an unusual attentiveness to detail and nuance. He was also known for his dedication, and is sometimes said to be the last Mandarin bureaucrat in the Confucian tradition.
Zhou Enlai (Chinese: 周恩来; Wade–Giles: Chou En-Lai ; 5 March 1898 – 8 January 1976), also known as Zhou Xiangyu (courtesy name), was the first Premier of the People's Republic of China. Zhou was China's head of government, serving from October 1949 until his death in January 1976. Zhou served under Chairman Mao Zedong and was instrumental in the Communist Party's rise to power, and later in consolidating its control, forming foreign policy, and developing the Chinese economy.
Zhou Enlai-A Great Leader of the People. Meeting with Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai (Beijing, December 1974). Translated from an essay in The Complete Works of Daisaku Ikeda1). I was in Kansai when I received the news of Zhou Enlai’s death. That inevitable moment had finally come, I thought. The stone monument that designates the Zhou Enlai Cherry Tree at Soka University faces in the direction of China. When I look up at the western sky toward the vast land, I see the bright smiles of Premier Zhou and Madame Deng.
Zhou Enlai-The Last Perfect Revolutionary' is a book written by Gao Wenqian which focuses . Mao and Zhou led a complementary working relationship
Zhou Enlai-The Last Perfect Revolutionary' is a book written by Gao Wenqian which focuses on the complicated, interweaving love-hate relationship between Chairman Mao Zedong and Premier Zhou Enlai after the Communist Party assumed power in China in 1949. Zhou "lived those years in the shadow of Chairman Mao, performing tireless, like a compliant, docile daughter-in-law, the tasks that his master assigned to hi. Mao and Zhou led a complementary working relationship. For Zhou Enlai, he had long realized that if he antagonized Chairman Mao, it would be a form of political suicide.