When did communism begin in China?
It was in 1949 when Mao Zedong came into power.
Before World War II and the Chinese Civil War (1946-49), when the Chinese Communists under Mao Zedong were able to oust Chiang Kai Shek and the Guomindang (Chinese NAtionalist Party). The new government vowed to create a new china, molded along Marxist lines.
in 1919 when the last emperor was kicked out by the president of china and forced to be a gardener for the rest of his life Read More
the embassetor of china created communism in china ANS 2 -Mao Tse Tung (Mao Zedong) started Communism in China in 1949. Read More
The Type of governemnt that China has is Communism The Type of government that China has is Communism Read More
It hasn't. Although communism collapsed in Russia and eastern Europe, it continues in China. Read More
communism works..... NEVER Read More
China does not express communism, since it is not a communist state but an economically capitalist organisation with a state-led bureaucracy. Read More
To put it simply, NO. To be specific, China was never fully communist to begin with. To keep things short, Mao ZeDong (who declared China to be "communist" in 1949) never accepted communism in its entirety, choosing instead to create his own mix of socialism and oligarchy. However, ever since Chairman Deng Xiaoping instituted liberal and free trade reforms in the 1970s, China cannot even be considered socialist (which is the "lower" and more "general"… Read More
The U.s was weary of communism in China, a fear rooted from Soviet Communism and as a result the U.s tried harder in fighting the spread of communism in the country. Read More
Because of economic independence for china Read More
Pre-communist china was just that, china before communism. Read More
Losing China to communism was a big blow to America because they were previously a faithful ally to the United States. Read More
No, he did not. He saw Communism as an inhuman evil. Read More
There were no such thing as communism in ancient China due to them having dynasties, therefore leading to a centralized government, but you can't call it communism. Read More
The largest Asian country to fall to communism was "China" in 1949 Read More