Definitions

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  • noun Chinese revolutionary and communist leader (1898-1976)

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Examples

  • This, not reflections on the influence of Sun Tzu on Chou En-lai, is the strategic problem that one wishes a superb strategic mind like Dr. Kissinger's would give its attention to.

    Ian Fletcher: Whitewashing Red China: A Review of Henry Kissinger's On China

  • One delegation of the British refused to toast Mao unless their host, Premier Chou En-lai, toasted the British queen.

    They Never Got Over Yorktown

  • There were ominous rumors floating around Q Building that State had closed its mind to the warnings of OSSers, some of whom were being identified as too biased—as in, too sympathetic to Mao and Chou En-lai in the civil war in China, as well as toward Ho Chi Minh and his efforts to unite Vietnam.

    A Covert Affair

  • This, not reflections on the influence of Sun Tzu on Chou En-lai, is the strategic problem that one wishes a superb strategic mind like Dr. Kissinger's would give its attention to.

    Ian Fletcher: Whitewashing Red China: A Review of Henry Kissinger's On China

  • Russell Braun was a too-reserved Chou En-lai or, more commonly, Zhou Enlai in Pinyin, singing his lyrical music elegantly but playing the premier as an enigmatic figure rather than a more assertive bridger of cultures.

    Titans Shaking Hands, But Still Worlds Apart

  • There were ominous rumors floating around Q Building that State had closed its mind to the warnings of OSSers, some of whom were being identified as too biased—as in, too sympathetic to Mao and Chou En-lai in the civil war in China, as well as toward Ho Chi Minh and his efforts to unite Vietnam.

    A Covert Affair

  • His Holiness made a historic visit to China from July 1954 to June 1955 for peace talks and met with Mao Zadong and other Chinese leaders, including Chou En-lai, Chu Teh and Deng Xiaoping.

    From Birth to Exile

  • His Holiness made a historic visit to China from July 1954 to June 1955 for peace talks and met with Mao Zadong and other Chinese leaders, including Chou En-lai, Chu Teh and Deng Xiaoping.

    From Birth to Exile

  • When asked what he thought about the French Revolution, then Chinese Communist Premier Chou En-lai humorously replied, "it's too soon to tell."

    Mark Green: The Sixties Turn 50

  • Late in the evening of July 15, Nixon appeared briefly on network television and made the world-shaking revelation that Kissinger had just returned from talks with Chinese Premier Chou En-lai.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

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