Hu Jintao

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  • Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Report

    president, Liu Shaoqi, to vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission, though in December of 2015, it was reported that Liu had stepped down from his position (Li and Chan). Recently, however, Xi has taken down a huge tiger, Zhou Yongkang, who became “...the highest ranking former official to be placed on trial for corruption in decades when he was sentenced to life in prison at a secret trial” (Connor). The investigation into Zhou, one of the nine most powerful men in the country, began when Bo Xilai’s wife was convicted for the murder of Neil Heywood, which lead to an inquiry into Bo’s career and, eventually, the oil sector. This, in turn, implicated Zhou, who, though not in search of power himself, had been in support of Bo being Hu Jintao 's successor instead of Xi. This, again, brings to mind the idea of factionalism: if Bo posed a political rivalry to Xi, then it would be beneficial to ensure that Bo was out of the running, no longer able to challenge Xi. It is therefore awfully convenient that Bo’s wife was found to be connected to the death of Heywood, thus leading to the investigation of Bo and subsequent corruption charges, and even more suspicious that Xi proceeded to remove various other government officials, all of whom had worked for Zhou at some point. While this could be considering bagging the tiger and then the flies surrounding it, it might also be viewed as a way of eliminating all potential threats to Xi’s power. This attack culminated in Xi having…

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  • Jintao Hu: Surging Changes In American Society

    "Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today" -Jintao Hu It is undisputable that as a Hu says in this encapsulating quote, that what makes our world dynamic and three dimensional are the starkly different cultures that prosper in it. Cross-cultural interaction is inevitable due to rapid advances in technology, making it easier for people to connect and travel. However, Jintao Hu failed to add that…

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  • What Does China Think Analysis

    Since China’s rise was a remarkable affair and dragging all the international attentions, its rise has been discussed widely from Europe to United States. And China was self-aware that its rising power has been discussed whether threat or not; Chinese thinkers were afraid of the coalition of the other countries against the rise. Hence, China fostered and proceed out some special strategies that were abnormal. In the book, “What Does China Think? By Mark Leonard,” is discussing about how China…

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  • The Tiananmen Square: A Student Movement In China

    the possibility of it diminishing the progress attempting to be made by reforms when he stated that, “any social turbulence and chaos which will hamper the advancement of reform and construction and gravely impair the fundamental interests of the people. . . runs counter to the aspiration of the masses of people.” It was this type of thinking that would be echoed during the debates that occurred as to whether it would be necessary to use force against the protesters. While there were numerous…

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  • 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre

    Square. Fang’s lectures on democratic reforms caused significant anxiety within the CCP, with many conservatives still adamantly rejecting political reforms. The situation deteriorated in late 1986, when students from USTC protested in the streets. Their actions quickly spread to other universities, including Tsinghua and Peking University. The demonstrations came in waves, and lasted until New Years of 1987. At the end of it all, Fang was stripped of all his positions and ranks, but he was not…

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  • Student Protestors

    lead up to the events that unfolded, but the slaughter of hundreds if not thousands was completely uncalled for. But, no compromises were willing to be completely agreed on, multiple times, because there was always a small group of minority extremists that insisted to continue on. Declaring martial law and calling the student protestors counterrevolutionaries is too extreme of a measure to impose upon their own unarmed citizens. Thousands came to their neighborhood intersections to try to block…

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  • Tiananmen Square Massacre

    Prior to the events of The Tiananmen Square massacre it was the site of student protests since the 1919 May Fourth Movement. A major cause for the protest at Tiananmen Square was to mourn the death of Hu Yaobang in April which led to the unrest of student protests and ideas of upheaving the current government. Hu Yaobang was sympathetic towards the student’s demonstrations for prodemocracy and his death sparked student leaders will to protest against the communist party. The students were…

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  • The Rise Of The Qing Dynasty

    overpopulation of China. While Deng was now in power and Mao dead, Mao still had strong support from the Chinese citizens. In the Gang of Four Trial, four people were found guilty of staging a cue against the government when Mao still held power. The effects of Mao were still in everyday life even though he had died. Deng used his powers to put his protiges in positions. General secretary Hua Guomeng was replaced by Hu Yaobang. Hu was a protige of Deng. When Hu’s views were viewed as too…

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  • Political Liberalization And Democracy In China Summary

    cemetery, so his compromise was to put a wall on it for the time being, so it could still act as a lesson for the future. The Chinese government also aims to forget about Tiananmen square as well. As General Secretary of the party during the Tiananmen square protests, Zhao Ziyang advocated against the use of force and even sided with the students. He was quickly and quietly removed from office and confined to house arrest for the rest of his life. He was airbrushed from photos, and mention of…

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  • Mao Zedong Deng Analysis

    In fact we can observe that Deng and Xi Jinping in particular are the two leaders that brought major changes in the political structure of China. In order to promote the revolutionary economic opening of the market Deng started to bring institutions closer to citizens, through a redefinition of election processes in villages and with the institution of the Central Advisory Commission. But the driving force of the last political reforms in China was undoubtedly corruption. In fact Hu Jintao and…

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