Deng Xiaoping Essays

  • Deng Xiaoping

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    Deng Xiaoping China has a long history with several great leaders, but none of those leaders have even come close to being as great as Deng Xiaoping. Deng Xiaoping was a loyal communist who sacrificed his own life so his people could have a better one. During his long political career, he served as a Communist politcommissar of the 129th Division (Liu-Deng Army) from 1929 to 1949. As politcommissar, he bravely and successfully fought the Nationalists. In 1945, he was elected to the Central Committee

  • Deng Xiaoping Chinese Leaders

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    Confucius and Deng Xiaoping chinese leaders Deng Xiaoping and confucius are an important figures for the history of China, they transformed China. Confucius was the most influential philosopher, also the first teacher in China who was instrumental in establishing teaching as a vocation. Deng Xiaoping engineered reforms in all aspects of China’s and Deng transformed the world’s most populous nation. Confucius and Deng Xiaoping were a Chinese leaders, both significant figures. Deng Xiaoping was more powerful

  • Comparison Of Mao Zedong And Deng Xiaoping

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    is today. Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping had very different views on China and what needed to be done. Deng Xiaoping was the more honorable of the two for many reasons. He was loved and trusted by his people, and was a hard working leader who got the job done. Even though Mao Zedong led the communist to a win against the nationalist, Deng Xiaoping should be known as the most honored man in Chinese history because of his overall impact on China. Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping both had very different

  • How Did Deng Xiaoping Change China

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    From 1977 to his death in 1994, China was under the influence of Deng Xiaoping’s rule. Deng Xiaoping was the mind behind most of the economic and social changes. Hua Guofeng took power right after Mao’s death in 1976. However, he was removed for being too soft on student revolts in 1987. Some of the changes were big changes to the economy, which also changed the government from a socialist type to a Bureaucratic government to a what government?. Under Mao, the country was strictly communist, and

  • Deng Xiaoping: The Most Successful Leader Of The People's Republic Of China

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    people, Deng Xiaoping is considered as one of the most powerful leader of the People’s Republic of China from late 1970’s until he died in 1997. His noteworthy efforts to bring back China’s prosperity following the consequences of the Cultural Revolution resulted in the country’s economic, cultural and social expansion. The outcome of his passion and belief in the potential of China is still noticeable today. Deng Xiaoping was born in 1904 in Paifang, Guang’an country in Sichuan. His father, Deng Wenming

  • The Positive Effects Of Deng Xiaoping's Impact On China

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    decreased and riots began to break out. Deng Xiaoping was the leader that succeeded Mao after his death in 1976, and his reforms helped turn around the country’s economic and social situation. Careful strategic moves made by Deng allowed other countries to invest in China’s economy and the government gave people more control over their land and education. He also reduced the power of the government, moving away from Communism and towards democracy. Deng Xiaoping had a positive influence on China because

  • Essay On The Negative Impact Of Mao Zedong

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    industrial modernization of China, yet this policy resulted in poverty and famine. During the 1960s, the Cultural Revolution defined opposition to Mao’s economic policies, which utilized the state as a way to condemn political opponents, such as Deng Xiaoping, that defined the failure of the communist state. Mao’s downfall began to The victory of the Communist Party of China (CPC) defined an era in which the promise of a collective state would serve the unite the Chinese people and bring them together

  • The Modernization of China

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    In 1978 Deng Xiaoping became the leader of China and began an ambitious program of economic reform. Under Deng Xiaoping’s modernization policies, the country was opened to the outside world that foreigners were encouraged to bring technical information and managerial knowledge to China. The new policies encouraged private and collective business, so that higher skill levels of workers were needed to develop the new China. My grandfather, Shidao Liu, is an exemplar of rural people who obtained opportunity

  • Mao Communist Revolution Case Study

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    instead of their own self-interest. From 1949, Mao established a communist political system influenced by Marxism, which was altered slightly over the years but still remaining the kind of system he wanted. However, changes made by leaders such as Deng Xiaoping after The Great Leap Forward introduced new right-wing capitalist policies, such as the encouragement of private markets, which would allow the Chinese economy to recover from The Great Leap Forward. These measures were sustained as the policies

  • Mao's Impact Of Foreign Intervention In China

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    Foreign Intervention did play a pivotal role in transforming China during this period. Throughout this essay I will be assessing the impact of foreign intervention through each of the leaders of China. Deng modernised the Chinese economy in a way that had never been seen making it one of the leading economies of the 20th century through the use of foreign influence but he made little political impact. Mao, on the other hand, damaged the economy greatly and his political reform means that his legacy

  • Xi Jinping's Rise To Power

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    Xi Jinping and his rise to Chinese presidency began in Beijing during China’s reforms under Mao Zedong. His father was a communist party leader that was persecuted after Mao turned on his own party during the communist revolution. Though Mao’s cultural revolution did not exactly succeed, it threw young Xi Jinping into the political world with concepts of pragmatism and bureaucratic ideas. He moved to the southeastern part of China where he developed the economic and political roots that set him on

  • Son of the Revolution

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    have to put them on an urban payroll or find them married housing. As Mao’s health started to deteriorate, China started allowing the outside world in and in 1972, Nixon came to China. In 1973, many officials were reinstated in high up jobs, like Deng Xiaoping. Three million people were finally “rehabilitated” in 1978 and had their revisionist and rightist label renounced. The urban youth who had jumped to help Mao were now at the bottom of the totem pole and were sent to the countryside where they were

  • Mao Cultural Revolution

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    collected from textbooks, official documents, biographies and eyewitness reports about the events between 1959 and 1966. I will describe the failure of the Great Leap Forward, Mao’s resignation as president, his power struggle with Liu Shoaqi and Deng Xiaoping and the propagating of his personality cult. Then I will identify how these events may have given Mao reasons for launching the Cultural Revolution, and whether his motives were of an ideological or selfish nature. After carrying out a Source

  • Globalization and Chinese Manufacturing

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    Globalization has brought Chinese companies with four significant opportunities to do business. The first opportunity is the reduction of manufacturing costs, which are mainly caused by scale economy (Bird & Rajan 2001). According to Hitt, Ireland & Hoskisson (2007), the concept of scale economy is that a firm’s unit cost decreases as the output increases. Because globalization leads Chinese companies to expand worldwide, they produce more output and manufacture under the economies of scale. Therefore

  • Impact Of Globalization In China

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    Chinas Economy China has experienced major economic growth in the past forty years, but how did it develop into the economically powerful country that it is today? China has been through many difficulties and complications to get to the place it is at today. China’s government is called the People’s Republic of China and it operates on a socialist market economy. The culture of China is very diverse, it has fifty-six minority groups and many cultures have their own languages. However, the Chinese

  • Mao Chinese Leadership Style

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    I. Introduction China endured a turbulent period throughout the 20th century as massive transformations took place, most notably, those lead by Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. Mao led the foundation of communism in China, establishing the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, and established himself as the figurehead of China until his death in 1976. Mao inspired people with his unwavering idealism and revolutionary spirit. His ideas of an ideal egalitarian society shaped his policies and decisions

  • How Did Mao Zedong Launch The Cultural Revolution

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    The Cultural Revolution (CR) refers to an attempt by Party Chairman Mao Zedong to change thoughts and attitudes in China from 1966 to 1969. It included purges by Red Guards and the creation of a cult of personality, surrounding Mao, through the publication of his Little Red Book. The Revolution was launched in 1966, yet the reasons for its launch remain to be debated. Many have argued that Mao started the CR to revitalise China’s culture and rid the country of re-emerging capitalist elements. Yet

  • The Democratic Change In China

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    Mrs. Carlson English 11 10 May, 2014 The Democratic Change in China China is the largest developing country in today’s world and the rapid growth of the Chinese economy has attracted attention from all over the world. Some people falsely think that China is a country that China is only pursuing their economic reform, but without any democratic changes. On the contrary, China actually has a long history of democratic reforms. China has a different way of democratic reform that different from western-style

  • Deng Xiaoping: A High Cost Of Industrialization In China

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    in 2007. Thus far China has only started to implement regulations due to the outrage of the people and many are not followed. China’s environment shall definitely turn farther from green and decline as government regulations are ignored. Under Deng Xiaoping, China’s industry began to flourish. They became the world's manufacturer of just about everything imaginable and thirty years later they have become the largest manufacturer in the world. This allowed them to make up for the time they lost in

  • The Positive Impact of Globalization Upon China and India

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    globe. Some of the Western influence has been intentional and negative but the overall effects are positive on countries economies and cultures. China is renowned for its nationalism and opposition to the West. It wasn’t until the 1970’s, when Deng Xiaoping allowed other countries into China, that they began their own globalization journey. Even after that huge leap forward, a mixed market economy with trade didn’t really materialize until the 1990’s. The former leader, Mao Zedong had instituted