Xi Zhongxun

Politician

1913 – 2002

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Who was Xi Zhongxun?

Xi Zhongxun was a communist revolutionary and a political leader in the People's Republic of China. He is considered to be among the first generation of Chinese leadership. The contributions he made to the Chinese communist revolution and the development of the People's Republic, from the founding of Communist guerilla bases in the northwestern China in the 1930s to initiation of economic liberalization in the southern China in the 1980s, are numerous and broad. He was known for political moderation and for the setbacks he endured in his career. He was imprisoned and purged several times. He is the father of Xi Jinping, the current General Secretary of the Communist Party of China.

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Born
Oct 15, 1913
Dengzhou
Also known as
  • 習中勛
  • 習相近
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Nationality
  • China
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Lived in
  • Shaanxi
Died
May 24, 2002
Beijing

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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