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Mao

In China, a slang term for jiao, a subdivision of currency equivalent to 1/10 of a yuan.
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For example, Haishang qingxing records another plot against Mao Wenlong.
We are lighting incense to express our thanks to Mao Zedong," said He Peng, a middle aged woman, after kneeling on the ground and reciting a poem in praise of him.
In sum, A Critical Introduction to Mao is a thought-provoking and cogently argued book that has reminded us that we ought not to "throw the baby out with the bathwater" when critically analyzing such polarizing figures as the former Chinese supreme leader.
The SEM images of the MAO coatings on the surface of the foams are shown in Fig.
Chinese news reports indicating that the Chinese were feasting and drinking far too much faulted Madame Mao and her accomplices for promoting gluttony and squandering money, and for giving lavish parties.
Following the mutual sky opening between Taiwan and Japan, which lifted the restriction on the number of flights and airlines, for instance, many airlines from both sides have applied to operate charter flights recently, according to Mao.
But, Mao had a non-negotiable pre-condition: his forces would never fight in collaboration with those of the KMT
Students of the community presented a cultural program on the occasion in which they performed tradition Mao Naga dances and sang folk songs.
Mao had concluded he needed to open a quasi alliance with the enemy of his next-door enemy, the Soviet Union.
Aussi, Mao ne pouvait que tirer les lecons de l'histoire de la revolution russe de 1917, de l'Etat-parti qui s'ensuivit, de la collectivisation agraire et du mode de developpement industriel finance par les campagnes.
Mao Zedong was the dynasty's founder and he was as much an innovator as Emperors Qin Shi Huangdi or Tang Taizong were.
It established Mao Zedong Thought--the Chinese version of Marxism--as the guiding theory for China.