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Li Zhimin Li Zhimin (李志民 or 李凤瑞 or 李明阶; pinyin:"Lǐ Zhìmín or Lǐ Fèngruì or Lǐ Míngjiē"; July 9, 1906 – November 16, 1987), was a general of the People's Liberation Army from Liuyang, Hunan. Li was the former political commissar and director for the Political Department of the Chinese People's Volunteers. Li was an outstanding political leader in the PLA.
Li Zhimin On October 1934, Li participated in the Long March. During the conflict in Fushan, Li was credited with the recruitment of 600-700 men and stockpiling of grain and cloth. During spring 1937, Li enrolled into the Chinese Military and Politics University of the Anti-Japanese invasion.
Li Zhimin Li Zhimin was an alternate member of the 8th CCP Central Committee, member of the 10th and 11th Central Committee, representative at the 1st and 4th National People's Congress. He was elected to the CCP's Central Advisory Committee in 1982. On November 11, 1987, Li died in Beijing.
Chen Zhimin During the Cultural Revolution was launched by Mao Zedong, Chen became involved in politics in 1969. In December 1985, Chen joined the Chinese Communist Party.
Sheng Zhimin Sheng's first, and so far only directorial effort was 2006's "Bliss", a family drama set in the central Chinese city of Chongqing.
Li Zhimin In late 1949, Li Zhimin served as political commissar of the Military District of Shaanxi. During the Korean War, he was appointed as the 19th People's Volunteer Army Corps political commissar.
Li Zhimin After his return to China in 1957, Li was appointed as the Political Commissar of the People's Liberation Army Military Academy. Despite being persecuted during the Cultural Revolution, Li assumed role of political commissar for the Fuzhou Military Region in 1972.
Sheng Zhimin Sheng lists Martin Scorsese's "Raging Bull" and Edward Yang's "Yi Yi" as important influences in his directorial style. He also considers Jia Zhangke, Fruit Chan, and Yasujirō Ozu among his favorite filmmakers.
Li Zhimin In March 1928, Li was involved in the formation of guerrilla units and carrying out armed struggles. In the same year in December, he participated in the invasion of Changsha under the post of the Red Fifth Army General Secretary. As the Political Commissar for the Red Fifth Army, he took part in the invasion of Changsha. In the spring of 1932, as the director for the Political Department of the Second Division he took part in the Battle of Ganzhou. This was an attempt to cover the main force of the CCP breaking out of the Fifth Encirclement Campaign against Jiangxi Soviet.
Chen Zhimin Chen was born in Zhuji, Zhejiang in October 1955. He graduated from Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he majored in management science and engineering.