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តេង សៀវពីង Deng privately told Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau that factions of the Communist Party could have grabbed army units and the country had risked a civil war. Two years later, Deng endorsed Zhu Rongji, a Shanghai Mayor, as a vice-premier candidate. Zhu Rongji had refused to declare martial law in Shanghai during the demonstrations even though socialist hardliners had pressured him.
ម៉ៅ សេទុង To enhance the Red Army's military operations, Mao as the Chairman of the Communist Party of China, named his close associate General Zhu De to be its Commander-in-Chief.
ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រចិន [[ជូ យិនចាង]](Zhu Yuanzhang) រឺ [[អធិរាជហុងអ៊ូ|ហុងអ៊ូ]](Hongwu)ស្ថាបនិករាជវង្សនេះបានដាក់មូលដ្ឋានគ្រឹះសំរាប់ប្រទេសដោយចាប់អារម្មណ៍តិចតួចខាងពាណិជ្ជកម្ម និងបន្ថែមក្នុងការទាញយកផលចំណេញលើផ្នែកកសិកម្ម ។ ប្រហែលដោយសារតែ សាវតាររបស់អធិរាជជាកសិករប្រព័ន្ធសេដ្ឋកិច្ចរាជវង្សមិងសង្កត់ធ្ងន់លើកសិកម្ម មិនដូចជារាជវង្សសុងនិងម៉ុងហ្គោលទេដែលពឹងផ្អែកលើពាណិជ្ជករ និងឈ្មួញដើម្បីរកចំណូល ។ កម្មសិទ្ធិដីសម័យសក្ដិភូមិថ្មី នៃសម័យកាលសុង និងម៉ុងហ្គោលត្រូវបានដកហូតតាមច្បាប់ដោយមេដឹកនាំរាជវង្សមិងមកវិញ ។ កម្មសិទ្ធិដីដ៏ធំៗជាច្រើនត្រូវបានរឹបអូស ដោយរាជរដ្ឋាភិបាល ដោយបានបែងចែកហើយបានជួលទៅខាងក្រៅ ។ ទាសភាពឯកជនត្រូវបានហាមឃាត់ ។ ជាលទ្ធផល បន្ទាប់ពីការចូលទីវង្គត់នៃ[[អធិរាជយ៉ុងឡឹនៃប្រទេសចិន|អធិរាជយ៉ុងឡឹ]]ទៅ ម្ចាស់កម្មសិទ្ធិដីជាអ្នកស្រែចំការឯករាជ្យបានមានចំនួនដ៏លើសលប់ក្នុងវិស័យកសិកម្មចិន ។ ច្បាប់ទាំងនេះប្រហែលជាបានត្រួសត្រាយផ្លូវ ដើម្បីដកចេញភាពអាក្រក់ នៃភាពក្រីក្រកំឡុងពេលរបបគ្រប់គ្រងមុនៗ ។
អធិរាជហ្លាំងហ៊្វ្អូ By 537, Emperor Wu was at a détente with Eastern Wei, and ambassadors from both states often visited the other. While there was no such formal arrangement with Western Wei, there appeared to be few border conflicts after this point. With Eastern Wei and Western Wei locked into war, Liang was largely at peace. With Zhou She having died in 524 and Xu Mian having died in 535, Emperor Wu largely entrusted the government to Zhu Yi and He Jingrong (何敬容). While He was known for integrity, he lacked political skills, and Zhu became the de facto prime minister, wielding great power and amassing wealth. While Zhu was skillful and capable, he was also regarded as corrupt and jealous of others. His hold on power was particularly increased when He was dismissed in 544 over a corruption scandal involving the brother of his concubine.
ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រចិន រាជវង្សសុងត្រូវបានចាត់ទុកដោយមនុស្សជាច្រើនថាជាចំនុចកំពូល នៃវិទ្យាសាស្ត្រ និងបច្ចេកវិទ្យាចិនបុរាណ ដោយមន្ត្រីបណ្ឌិតបង្កើតថ្មីដូចជា[[[[ស៊ូ សុង]](Su Song) (១០២០-១១០១) និង[[សិន ខួ]](Shen Kuo) (១០៣១-១០៩៥) ។ មានសវនការសម្ងាត់រវាងអង្គបក្សដិបក្សនយោបាយពីរ ខាងអ្នកកំណែទម្រង់ និងអ្នកអភិរក្ស ដែលដឹកនាំដោយ ឧត្ដមមន្ត្រី [[វ៉ាង អានស៊ឺ]](Wang Anshi) និង[[ស៊ឺម៉ា គ័ង]](Sima Guang)រៀងៗខ្លួន ។ នៅចាប់ពីពាក់កណ្ដាលដល់ចុងសតវត្សទី១៣ជនជាតិចិនបានប្រកាន់យកដាច់ណាត់នូវទស្សនវិជ្ជានៃ[[អ្នកខុងជឺថ្មី]]បានបង្កើតឡើងដោយ [[ជូ ស៊ី]](Zhu Xi) ។ មានស្នាដៃអក្សសិល្ប៍ជាច្រើនសន្ធឹកបាននិពន្ធឡើងកំឡុងរាជវង្សសុងដូចជា ស្នាដៃប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រនៃ"[[ជឺជឺ ថុងជាន]]" ។ វប្បធ៌ម និងសិល្បៈបានរីកចំរើនរួមមានស្នាដៃសិល្បៈដូចជា"[[តាមដងទន្លេកំឡុងពេលបុណ្យឈិងមិង]]" និង"[[ចំរៀងខ្លុយពនេចរទាំង១៨បទ]]"ពេលនោះក៏មានពួកវិចិត្រករខាងពុទ្ធនិយមដូចជា [[លីន ធ្រីងកួយ]](Lin Tinggui) ដែរ។
ស៊ី ជីនពីង In 1999, he was promoted to the office of Vice Governor of Fujian, then he became governor a year later. In Fujian, Xi made efforts to attract investment from Taiwan and to strengthen the private sector of the provincial economy. In February 2000, he and then-provincial Party Secretary Chen Mingyi were called before the top members of the Party Central Politburo Standing Committee – general secretary Jiang Zemin, Premier Zhu Rongji, Vice-President Hu Jintao and Discipline Inspection secretary Wei Jianxing – to explain aspects of the Yuanhua scandal.
ម៉ៅ សេទុង In spring 1928, the Central Committee ordered Mao's troops to southern Hunan, hoping to spark peasant uprisings. Mao was skeptical, but complied. They reached Hunan, where they were attacked by the KMT and fled after heavy losses. Meanwhile, KMT troops had invaded Jinggangshan, leaving them without a base. Wandering the countryside, Mao's forces came across a CPC regiment led by General Zhu De and Lin Biao; they united, and attempted to retake Jinggangshan. They were initially successful, but the KMT counter-attacked, and pushed the CPC back; over the next few weeks, they fought an entrenched guerrilla war in the mountains. The Central Committee again ordered Mao to march to south Hunan, but he refused, and remained at his base. Contrastingly, Zhu complied, and led his armies away. Mao's troops fended the KMT off for 25 days while he left the camp at night to find reinforcements. He reunited with the decimated Zhu's army, and together they returned to Jinggangshan and retook the base. There they were joined by a defecting KMT regiment and Peng Dehuai's Fifth Red Army. In the mountainous area they were unable to grow enough crops to feed everyone, leading to food shortages throughout the winter.
អធិរាជហ្លាំងហ៊្វ្អូ With Eastern Wei having recovered all nine of the provinces that Hou had surrendered to Liang, Gao Cheng now sent overtures to Emperor Wu, requesting that peace be reinstated, offering to return Xiao Yuanming and Hou's relatives. Hou opposed peace, suspecting Gao Cheng's intentions, and he also did not trust Emperor Wu's subsequent guarantees never to betray him. Hou's fears were further increased when Emperor Wu sent ambassadors to mourn Gao Huan. Hou decided to test Emperor Wu by forging a letter from Gao Cheng, offering to swap Xiao Yuanming for Hou—and when Emperor Wu then responded, "If you return Yuanming in the morning, I will return Hou Jing in the evening" against the advice of Fu Qi (傅岐), Hou was outraged. Hou made an overture to Xiao Zhengde, promising to support him as the new emperor, and Xiao Zhengde agreed. Emperor Wu's nephew Xiao Fan (蕭範) the Prince of Poyang, who believed that Hou was about to rebel, suggested a preemptory attack, but Zhu advised against it, and Emperor Wu took no action on Xiao Fan's recommendation. In summer 548, Hou finally declared a rebellion, claiming that his goal was to clear the court of evil officials—Zhu, Xu Lin (徐麟), Lu Yan (陸驗), and Zhou Shizhen (周石珍) -- all corrupt officials that the people hated.
បុណ្យសែនព្រះខែ According to a widespread folk tale (not necessarily supported by historical records), the Mid-Autumn Festival commemorates an uprising in China against the Mongol rulers of the Yuan Dynasty (1280–1368) in the 14th century.[5] As group gatherings were banned, it was impossible to make plans for a rebellion.[5] Noting that the Mongols did not eat mooncakes, Liu Bowen (劉伯溫) of Zhejiang Province, advisor to the Chinese rebel leader Zhu Yuanzhang, came up with the idea of timing the rebellion to coincide with the Mid-Autumn Festival. He sought permission to distribute thousands of moon cakes to the Chinese residents in the city to bless the longevity of the Mongol emperor. Inside each cake, however, was inserted a piece of paper with the message: "Kill the Mongols on the 15th day of the 8th month" (traditional Chinese: 八月十五殺韃子; simplified Chinese: 八月十五杀鞑子).[5] On the night of the Moon Festival, the rebels successfully attacked and overthrew the government. What followed was the establishment of the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), under Zhu. Henceforth, the Mid-Autumn Festival was celebrated with moon cakes on a national level.
ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រខ្មែរ ក្នុងសម័យកាល គ.ស. ២៤៥-២៥០ ពួកអ្នកមានបណ្ដាសក្ដិយសនៃនគរអ៊ូខាងកើតរបស់ចិនបានមកទស្សនកិច្ចទីក្រុងហ៊្វូណានវ្យាធបុរៈ។In the period 245-250 C.E. dignitaries of the Chinese Kingdom of Wu visited the Funan city Vyadharapura. ពួកបេសកជន ខាងថៃ និង ជូយីងបានបញ្ជាក់ថាភ្វូណាន ខណៈនោះមានវប្បធម៌ព្រហ្មញ្ញដោយឡែកពីគេ។Envoys Kang Tai and Zhu Ying defined Funan as to be a distinct Hindu culture. ពាណិជ្ជកម្មជាមួយចិនបានចាប់ផ្ដើមក្រោយពីការវាតទីរាជវង្សថាងឆ្ពោះមកខាងត្បូង ប្រហែលមគ.សតវត្សទី២។Trade with China had begun after the southward expansion of the Han Dynasty, around the 2nd century B.C. Effectively Funan "controlled strategic land routes in addition to coastal areas" and occupied a prominent position as an "economic and administrative hub" between The Indian ocean trade network and China, collectively known as the Maritime Silk Road. Trade routes, that eventually ended in distant Rome are corroborated by Roman and Persian coins and artefacts, unearthed at archaeological sites of 2nd and 3rd century settlements.