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Hua Guofeng

or

Hua Kuo-feng

(both: hwä gwôfŭng), 1920–2008, Chinese Communist leader. He was relatively unknown until he became minister of public security and deputy premier in 1975. As Mao ZedongMao Zedong
or Mao Tse-tung
, 1893–1976, founder of the People's Republic of China. Mao was one of the most prominent Communist theoreticians and his ideas on revolutionary struggle and guerrilla warfare have been extremely influential, especially among Third
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's designated heir, he became premier following Zhou EnlaiZhou Enlai
or Chou En-lai
, 1898–1976, Chinese Communist leader. A member of a noted Mandarin family, he was educated at an American-supported school in China and a university in Japan. His involvement in radical movements led to several months imprisonment.
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's death (Jan., 1976) and chairman of the Chinese Communist party when Mao died (Sept., 1976). Responsible for the arrest (Oct., 1976) of the Gang of Four, which was led by Jiang QingJiang Qing
or Chiang Ch'ing
, 1914–91, Chinese Communist political leader, wife of Mao Zedong. Born Li Jinhai or Li Shumeng, she was later known as Li Yunhe and Li He and changed her name to Lan Ping in 1938 when beginning an acting career, joining the Communist
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, Mao's wife, Hua was nonetheless a transitional leader and was soon eased out of power by Deng XiaopingDeng Xiaoping
or Teng Hsiao-p'ing
, 1904–97, Chinese revolutionary and government leader, b. Sichuan prov. Deng became a member of the Chinese Communist party while studying in France (1920–25) and later (1926) attended Sun Yatsen Univ., Moscow.
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. He was replaced by Zhao ZiyangZhao Ziyang
or Chao Tzu-yang
, 1919–2005, Chinese Communist leader. He joined the party in 1938, was active as a local party leader during World War II, and by the 1960s was party secretary of Guangdong prov.
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 as premier in 1980, and by Hu YaobangHu Yaobang
, 1915–89, Chinese Communist political leader, b. Hunan prov. A protegé of Deng Xiaoping, Hu became general secretary of the Communist party in 1980 and party chairman in 1981, effectively replacing Hua Guofeng as leader of the Communist party.
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 as party chairman in 1981. Hua resigned from the Politburo in 1982 but remained a member of the party's Central Committee until 1997.
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Tian Guofeng, Director, Exhibition Department, China International Center for Economic & Technical Exchanges, Ministry of Commerce, said this was the first time that the Ministry had organised a delegation to the Gifts Fair, comprising 10 companies from Yunnan Province.
Hua Guofeng took over as Chairman of the Central Committee, bringing the Cultural Revolution to an end.
There is some evidence to suggest that, as the Chinese economy has developed, Chinese consumers' attitude toward domestic products has gradually become more favorable (Li, Guofeng, & Kambele, 2012).
Hua Guofeng, Mao's anointed successor, and later Hu Yaobang and Deng Xiaoping, restored regular meetings of the Politburo and the Standing Committee, as well as party plena and congresses.
Fangyuan Zhang, Xueqing Fu, Zongyou Lv, Qian Shen, Tingxian Yan, Weimin Jiang, Guofeng Wang, Xiaofen Sun, and Kexuan Tang
Guofeng Wang for his help in design and manufacturing of the experimental setup.
Chen was supported by the then Party chairman Hua Guofeng.
In September 2014, BACP will install a digital C print of the historic Flatiron building by Philip Tsiaras at the soon-to-be renovated lobby of 184 Fifth Avenue; artwork by Erika Harrsch at 44 Wall Street; a series of tiny pixolated prints by Alex Guofeng Cao at 270 Madison Avenue; a montage of iconic celebrity portraits by Paul Gerben at 915 Broadway, the first building to participate in BACP; and bicycle sculptures by Gilberto Aceves Navarro at 1001 Sixth Avenue, one of the first buildings to participate since the launch of BACP.
The television serial - telecast every night since last Friday at prime time, 9 pm - also portrays Hua Guofeng, who was Mao's successor.
The timeframe of the series means it is likely to skirt Hu's 1987 ouster and the Tiananmen crackdown, and it is unclear how it will address, if at all, the 1981 downfall at Deng's hands of Hua Guofeng, Mao Zedong's anointed successor.
Viewers of the series were caught by surprise after a portrayal of Hua Guofeng appeared on the show.