Hua Guofeng

Hua Guofeng during a visit to the Hôtel de Ville in Paris, 1979
Hua Guofeng in 1935
Hua Guofeng in 1941
In July 1970, Hua Guofeng participated in the agriculture of the Dongtundu Subdistrict in the suburbs of Changsha.
In 1978, the classroom of a kindergarten in Shanghai in which is displayed portraits of then-Chairman Hua Guofeng and former Chairman Mao Zedong
Hua Guofeng with Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi during a state visit in Iran, 1978
Hua Guofeng at Brijuni, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia, 1978.
Tomb of Hua Guofeng at Jiaocheng County

Chinese politician who served as Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party and Premier of the People's Republic of China.

- Hua Guofeng
Hua Guofeng during a visit to the Hôtel de Ville in Paris, 1979

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Mao in 1959

Two Whatevers

The Two Whatevers refers to the statement that "We will resolutely uphold whatever policy decisions Chairman Mao made, and unswervingly follow whatever instructions Chairman Mao gave".

The Two Whatevers refers to the statement that "We will resolutely uphold whatever policy decisions Chairman Mao made, and unswervingly follow whatever instructions Chairman Mao gave".

Mao in 1959

The policy was advocated by the Chinese Communist Party chairman Hua Guofeng, Mao's successor, who had earlier ended the Cultural Revolution and arrested the Gang of Four.

All members of a conference are expected to attend plenary sessions

10th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party

In session from 1973 to 1977.

In session from 1973 to 1977.

All members of a conference are expected to attend plenary sessions

12) *Significance: Hua Guofeng was ratified as Chairman of the CCP Central Committee with the formal approval of the October 6, 1976 Politburo resolution. The Gang of Four was furtherly denounced and its members expelled from the Party. Deng Xiaoping was restored to all his posts after the Politburo had removed him from the core leadership in April 1976. The decision to convene the Party's 11th National Congress ahead of schedule was taken.

Chen Xilian

Chen Xilian

Chinese military officer and politician, general of the People's Liberation Army.

Chinese military officer and politician, general of the People's Liberation Army.

Chen Xilian
Chen Xilian addressing soldiers in 1940

After Mao's death, Chen was one of Hua Guofeng's most significant supporters, along with Wang Dongxing and Li Xiannian.

3rd Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party

Pivotal meeting of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party held in Beijing, China, from December 18 to December 22, 1978.

Pivotal meeting of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party held in Beijing, China, from December 18 to December 22, 1978.

The conference marked the beginning of the "Reform and Opening Up" policy, and is widely seen as the moment when Deng Xiaoping became paramount leader of China replacing Chairman Hua Guofeng, who remained nominal Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party until 1981.

March of the Volunteers

The "March of the Volunteers", originally titled the "March of the Anti-Manchukuo Counter-Japan Volunteers", has been the official national anthem of the People's Republic of China since 1978.

The "March of the Volunteers", originally titled the "March of the Anti-Manchukuo Counter-Japan Volunteers", has been the official national anthem of the People's Republic of China since 1978.

Nie Er (left) and Tian Han (right), photographed in Shanghai in 1933
The poster for Children of Troubled Times (1935), which used the march as its theme song
The song's first appearance in print, the May or June 1935 Diantong Pictorial
Sheet music from Appendix 4 of Macau's Law No.5/1999.

Following Tian Han's posthumous rehabilitation in 1979 and Deng Xiaoping's consolidation of power over Hua Guofeng, the National People's Congress resolved to restore Tian Han's original verses to the march and to elevate its status, making it the country's official national anthem on 4 December 1982.

The plenary sessions of the Congress will meet in the Great Hall of the People

17th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party

Held in Beijing, China, at the Great Hall of the People from 15 to 21 October 2007.

Held in Beijing, China, at the Great Hall of the People from 15 to 21 October 2007.

The plenary sessions of the Congress will meet in the Great Hall of the People

Surprisingly, Mao's successor Hua Guofeng also attended the Congress as a delegate.

Jiaocheng County

County of central Shanxi province, China.

County of central Shanxi province, China.

Hua Guofeng

Luo Qingchang

Chinese politician and long-time leader of the security and intelligence services of the Chinese Communist Party, where he worked for 45 years (1938–1983), eventually serving as Director of the Central Investigation Department (the primary civilian intelligence agency) from 1973 to 1983.

Chinese politician and long-time leader of the security and intelligence services of the Chinese Communist Party, where he worked for 45 years (1938–1983), eventually serving as Director of the Central Investigation Department (the primary civilian intelligence agency) from 1973 to 1983.

After the death of Mao Zedong, Luo supported Hua Guofeng, and he strongly resented Deng Xiaoping’s rise to power in the late 1970s.

Han Zhijun in 1949

Han Zhijun

Han Zhijun in 1949

Han Zhijun (born 21 February 1930) is a Communist cadre and widow of Hua Guofeng, Chairman of the Communist Party of China and Premier of China.