Why is China a communist nation?
Because Mao Tse Tung declared it to be, after WW II.
People's Republic of China became a communist nation because of itsprevious weak democratic government. Chinese government wanted tocontrol the country by itself without having others to interfere.The communist government wanted China to become a strong nation andnot to become under control by other… countries (Ex: Great Britainand japan used to control China). The communists were came fromSoviet Union, they might believed that Soviet Union became a strongnation b/c of its communism policy. ( Full Answer )
Mao Tse Tung. This is a great website because it helps all the homeschoolers in the world. This was on my final exam!
They did not allow other political parties, had dictorial control over its citizens and many aspects of their lives. Cut off their freedoms: speech, the press, religion,thought..
It started out at 1927 and ended at 1950 with the exodus of National Guomingdang troops to Taiwan.
It's communist because a dictator came in and took over China. The answerer to the above question has no intelligence/knowledge of history. A. Read the damn Communist manifesto. Dictatorships have nothing to do with communism. B. Mao Zedong was the head of a popular movement, in competition …with the brutal, uncaring Nationalist movement under Chiang Kai-Shek. C. Their economy is actually one of the most cutthroat capitalist economies in the world. ( Full Answer )
china is a communist country because of the government in china Mao Zedong was also one of chinas leaders.
China became communist in 1949 when Mao Zedong took over China.This was after a long civil war.
The people in China are communists because that is the style ofgovernment that have and it is what they are used to. China is oneof the few truly communist countries left, and even their system isshowing some signs of change.
Answer . The answer to this question is complex, but in the main, threefold: first, China's industry in large part depends on successfully keeping wages low. In recent years, with liberalization of enterprises funded on private capital by entrepreneurs, there has been an explosion of companies pr…oducing parts, subassemblies, and complete small items or clothing. Most draw on impoverished rural workers, especially young ones, and pay slave wages, no benefits, no overtime, charge for canteen food, and so forth. The second aspect fueling China's success is that there are greedy importers like WalMart (I call it WongMart) that have enriched themselves at the expense of the working American middle class. WalMart is the largest single importer of Chinese goods into this country. These folks have their equivalent in other countries. Thirdly, the U.S. government is in hock to the Chinese government as the largest holder of Treasury bonds to fuel our debt for our constant wars and continual military buildup around the world. It dares not antagonize China. What would happen if, with the falling dollar, it should cash in these securities and buy up our land, companies, and real estate? To understand how the Chinese have become a market-dominent minority in almost every country they are found in, I recommend you read World On Fire, by Amy Chua. Your eyes will be opened! ( Full Answer )
The Chinese communist revolution took place in the mid 20th century as a reaction to the extremely corrupt society which existed under the Chinese emperors, the European colonialists, and the greedy capitalists who previously dominated the country. Little did the Chinese realize that all previous ab…uses would be outdone by the massive insanity that would be introduced by Chairman Mao. china like it hard ( Full Answer )
The Communist Party of China now possesses approximately 68 million members, a figure that constitutes approximately 5 percent of the Chinese population . ( China Today , Jan 2, 2000).
"The enemy of my enemy is my friend." Since the 1930's, Japan had been slowly conquering China. In December 1941, after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, the US became involved in the war and started supporting Chinese efforts to fight Japan. Since the Chinese Communists were also fighting Japan, the …US saw them as an ally and gave them support. ( Full Answer )
Originally, the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) members were also members of the Kuomintang (Nationalist Party). When the Kuomintang got a new leader they kicked out all communists so Mao (major party member in CCP) relocated to the north west of China. When Japan invaded, the leader of the Nationalis…t Party needed help. So he asked Mao and his army to help him. Mao did, then when they beat the Japanese, Mao turned on the Nationalists, the communist army took over and the CCP took power. On the 1st of October, 1949, Mao announced the establishment of the Peoples Republic of China. This was when China officially became communist. ( Full Answer )
In 1979 the United States officially recognized the Peoples' Republic of China diplomatically, transferring official relationships to Beijing from Taipei.
It is difficult to overstate the significance of the Communisttakeover of China in 1949, as it resulted in numerous fundamentalchanges to China itself and has powerfully affected the globalcommunity. Just a few of these changes and effects are as follows:it laid finally to rest the monarchical-imper…ial history of China;it brought about a significant re-balancing of world power in thedirection of socialism (in relation to the democratic-capitalisticWest); and it introduced an entirely new force into internationalrelations with the increasingly independent socio-political andeconomic policies of Chinese leadership (in relation to the SovietUnion and the United States alike). ( Full Answer )
In the Chinese civil war following WWII, the Nationalist forces fled to Taiwan in 1949 leaving the communists to take charge of the Chinese mainland.china bcame astate in 1949 that's what I am really trying to say for who ever wrote this could have just said that.
Communist governments traditionally do not approve of religious observance; it encourages people to gather in groups and possibly exchange ideas which are not conducive to obedience under a communist regime.. For the same reason, religious organisations discourage communism, and the more fundamenta…list religions discourage education outside of the church while the seriously restrictive religions discourage contact with those outside their particular church.. There isn't much difference between hard-line communism and fundamentalist religious groups. It's all about control, and ultimately, power. ( Full Answer )
There were several reasons China chose Communism. First of all, theNationalist government had been very corrupt, and the ChineseCommunist Party continued to build grass roots support during thecivil war that ensued after World War II. Second, with the defeatof the Axis, Stalin occupied Manchuria unt…il he could pass it overto the Communist forces. Years of distrust between the opposingsides in the war, meant a coalition government would be impossible,therefore after several decisive battles, the Communists woncontrol of China. ( Full Answer )
Chiang Kai-Shek was the President of China until October 1, 1949. After that there were two Chinas and Chiang Kai-Shek was leader of the Republic of China and not the People's Republic of China which we call Communist China.
communism seemed appealing to the lower class people since everyone is equal in a communist government. slowly they gained support over the country. . P.s They actually fought it out the nationlist party (democracy) had wayyy more troops then the communist party but the communists were using gureil…la and won the fight. This all happened after world war 2 because communism didn't become famous till japan invaded china ( Full Answer )
While China is definitely less communist than during the time ofChairman Mao, it still has some remnants of a communist systemremaining. The state sponsored capitalism puts them in a nebulouszone where they are neither democratic nor free.
I don't know a lot about it exactly but i believe its because the nationalists were unbelievably corrupt and so Mao and the Chinese communist party (CCP) were able to gain a vast amount of support \ against the very unpopular nationalists and eventually came to power because people saw the CCP as a …break away from the corrupt nationalists. ( Full Answer )
The Nationalists (also know as the Kuomintang) led by Chiang Kai-shek opposed the communists the the Chinese civil war.
Yes, China is a communist country. Founded in 1921, the Communist Party of China has ruled all of mainland China since they won the Chinese Civil War against the Kuomintang.
Mao Zedong study island answer for this question Who was the leader of the Communist Party of China when the communists came to power in 1949?
Yes they are communists. But the "one country, two systems" plan makes china have a free enterprise system, but keeping basic communist ideals
Mao Zedong was the worst, but since all of China's leaders have oppressed their citizens I would consider all of them to be communist.
The Chinese communist party started in 1949. Mao Tse Tung ( or Mao ZeDong ) took control of the government, which had been ruled by emperors from the Chin dynasty.
Not at all. China was never communist by strict definition from thestart (when chair Mao Zedong declared China communist in 1949,China was more of a mix of socialism, Confucianism, and otherpolitical/social systems Mao Zedong adopted). China could not be considered communist or socialist by anydefi…nition since the 1970s, when Chairman Deng Xiaoping institutedfree trade reforms (which violates key tenets of communism). ( Full Answer )
China went through a long period of civil war. The communists, led by Mao Zedong (Tse-Tung), were opposed by the Nationalists (Kuomintang) led by Chiang Kai-shek. There were several factors that resulted in the Communist victory. . Guerilla warfare tactics : The Nationalists were recieving aid f…rom the United States, so the Communists were out gunned and out numbered. Mao know that guerilla warfare tactics were their only shot at victory. These tactics were very effective and were decisive in defeating the Nationalists . Chiang was unpopular: The majority of the Chinese people didn't like Chiang Kai-shek. He was seen as the leader of the party for the landlords The landlords (20% of the population) had been ripping off the peasants (80% of the population). Also Chiang, though claiming to be democratic, became more and more of a dictator. He favored his friends and family, by giving them government positions. Another reason Chiang was disliked was because of the way his soldiers treated the people. His soldiers stole from them and raped the women. Finally, Chiang was unpopular because he was seen as a "puppet" of the United States. The Chinese resented their previous domination by foreign powers, and so they didn't like the idea of Chiang being a "puppet" of the U. S. . Mau was popular: Mao was a very effective leader. He was very good at cultivating peasant support. Also the Long March established him as a hero. He was also seen as the leader who finally kicked the Japanese out of China. For this reason, the middle class supported him despite the fact that he was communist . Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_communists_gain_control_of_China#ixzz1fKCYGBD3 ( Full Answer )
One of the leaders of the communist revolution in china was named Mao Zedong, commonly known as Chairman Mao
No, It's really not good for China. People in China have not any human right that they can have !
American's were free, Chinese people were not, the government did not want the Americans to influence the population of china to revolt against the government
Politically, YES. Technically and practically, NO. China and Communist China refer to the modern state of China, andChina is still recognized by both its own leaders and those of theworld as a "communist" state. The U.N., NATO, and most politicalorganizations still refer to China as communist, so b…oth terms meanessentially the same thing. HOWEVER, ever since capitalistic and liberal reforms started in the1970s under Chairman Deng Xiaoping, China CANNOT be classified as acommunist by any form of definition. China today is more of a mixof oligarchy (specifically corporatocracy), capitalism, andcommunism. Because China violates many of the key tenets ofcommunism (communism cannot have capitalism/free trade), it is notcommunist in practice. Right now, many of China's legal systems and social structure isbased on contradictory policies. If you're curious as to why peoplestill refer to China as a "communist" state, the main reason isthat most detractors and critics of China's contradictory policiesdo not have significant power to compel world governments toofficially change their mindset. The critics of China's socialcontradiction are usually historians, political analysts,philosophers, and members of human rights organizations-all ofwhich who don't possess significant political power or wealth ingeneral. China's state government uses its "communist" status as a means ofjustifying its rule, saying that because the government workssolely for its people, it should be allowed to exist. To have othernations openly declare that China is not communist would directlycontradict official statements by China's government, which wouldopen the possibility of dissension within China's people. GivenChina's massive economy, labor force, and military powerprojection, most countries generally ignore this flaw in hopes ofimproving dipolmatic relations or gaining something from China. It's not "right" or "good", but it is a practical decision in theeyes of many people. ( Full Answer )
There are a number of factors involved in the communist take-over of China. The previous imperial government of China had been fatally weakened by centuries of European colonialism and interference, and was given a death blow by the Japanese invasion during WW II. The communists were heavily backed …by the USSR, which was at that time trying to spread communism everywhere on Earth. The main opposition to the communists was the conservative Kuo Min Tang, which however was a deeply corrupt organisation whose crimes made them widely hated by the Chinese people who had no idea that the coming crimes of Mao Tse Tung would be far more horrible. ( Full Answer )
In mid 1911, Yuan Shikai however The first recorded was around 1130 BC, by King Tang of the Shang Dynasty.
Russia was a communist state until 1991when the U.S.S.R disintegrated. Russia is now officially a capitalist state though there are a considerable number of people who support communism. The transition to capitalism did not go smoothly in Russia, thanks largely to cronyism at the leadership level, a…nd an extremely active mafia. It is probably best to think of Russia as a dictatorship run by officials of the former KGB and the various mafia vors (think "Godfathers") throughout the land. China is technically still a communist state. It is run by the Communist Party, but their policies are now distinctly trending towards capitalism. During the early-1980's, the Chinese established a number of Special Economic Zones on the coasts where limited capitalism was permitted. It has since expanded these zones dramatically, and the national trend has been towards more capitalism. ( Full Answer )
There has never been a country that is communist as communism requires the absence of government which the dictatorship known as China certainly doesn't have. China was socialist like the USSR before the early 90s where there were collective farms etc. Deng Xiao Ping introduced reforms to the econom…y and allowed foreign businesses to enter and for the Chinese to have private enterprise. China was a socialist dictatorship and is now a capitalist dictatorship. ( Full Answer )
General Secretary . Hu Jintao. Standing Committee . Wu Bangguo, Wen Jiabao Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang He Guoqiang, Zhou Yongkang.
China went through a long period of civil war. The communists, led by Mao Zedong (Tse-Tung), were opposed by the Nationalists (Kuomintang) led by Chiang Kai-shek. There were several factors that resulted in the Communist victory. . Guerilla warfare tactics : The Nationalists were recieving aid f…rom the United States, so the Communists were out gunned and out numbered. Mao know that guerilla warfare tactics were their only shot at victory. These tactics were very effective and were decisive in defeating the Nationalists . Chiang was unpopular: The majority of the Chinese people didn't like Chiang Kai-shek. He was seen as the leader of the party for the landlords The landlords (20% of the population) had been ripping off the peasants (80% of the population). Also Chiang, though claiming to be democratic, became more and more of a dictator. He favored his friends and family, by giving them government positions. Another reason Chiang was disliked was because of the way his soldiers treated the people. His soldiers stole from them and raped the women. Finally, Chiang was unpopular because he was seen as a "puppet" of the United States. The Chinese resented their previous domination by foreign powers, and so they didn't like the idea of Chiang being a "puppet" of the U. S. . Mau was popular: Mao was a very effective leader. He was very good at cultivating peasant support. Also the Long March established him as a hero. He was also seen as the leader who finally kicked the Japanese out of China. For this reason, the middle class supported him despite the fact that he was communist ( Full Answer )
One reason for a communist victory in China was that the peoplebelieved the Communist party's propaganda and promises. The peopleof China were poor and the Communist party made promises of landreform but instead they took people's land.
Yes, China is a communist state. If you mean a country ruled by people calling themselves Communists (even if liberal economy has arrived after Mao Zedong died in September 1976). But many people say Communism is Karl Marx visions, who have never became true, and shall not be confused with dictators…hips. ( Full Answer )
China has a massive amount of troops and modern technology - it's China 7,500,000 (along with reserve troops and paramilliatry) vs U.S.A 3,400,000 (along with reserve troops and paramillitary). China is also growing their economy and still going strong.
Officially, yes. At least when it comes to the 'one party' thing. Next time, read wikipedia.
The People's Republic of China (PRC), the communist China, has never controled taiwan. Following Japan 's victory over the Qing Dynasty in the first Sino-Japanese war , Taiwan was ceded to Japan under the Treaty of Shimonoseki in 1895. The Qing Dynasty was overthrown and Republic of China(…ROC) was established in mainland China in 1912. At the end of World War II in 1945, Japan surrendered and gave up Taiwan. Meanwhile, because the Chinese Civil War between the ROC and the Communist Party of China is in progress, there was no appropriate representative government of China. As a result, to whom Taiwan should belong to after WWII was never legally decided. However, the ROC lost the civil war and its government fled to Taiwan in 1949. The Communist forces took control of China and founded the People's Republic of China (PRC) in the same year. Since then, China and Taiwan remained seperated and the ROC is now commonly knowned as Taiwan. ( Full Answer )
As a communist nation, China became part of the global communist alliance lead by the USSR. Western nations were in conflict with the communist bloc during the Cold War.
No one knows when the communist of china. To this day it is still a beautiful mystery.
The ruler of communist China in the 1950's is Mao Zedong. mao Zedong was a vicious ruler of China in which, during his reign, millions of chinese people have been killed or executed.
Every part of China was Communist, ever since 1949 until the 1970s,when Chairman Deng Xiaoping instituted capitalism and free tradereforms. Since then, China has no longer been communist inpractice, as the nation currently violates many tenets of communism(for example, communist countries by definit…ion have free trade,which China does) ( Full Answer )
The Communist Party of China is a part of China that was a Communist party. It was a very dangerous part of China that you didn't want to be near. They were bad people.