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The people in the eastern highlands who call themselves Sit Shwala would generally accept being called Mao, while the Gwama speaking people in the western lowlands might rather choose Komo than Mao for their ethnicity.
Lovell constructs the book initially in a chronological fashion, beginning with Mao's consolidation of power within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
In short, Mao's anti-imperialism and strong advocacy of armed revolution resonated around the world, directly inspiring the Shining Path movement in Peru and the Maoists in India and Nepal.
He then discusses and compares some, though not all (as he himself acknowledges) of the policies and practices carried out by Stalin and Mao. While recognising their revolutionary achievements --in Mao's case, for example, in the fields of health and education --Bianco's main concern is to discuss the destructive and sometimes devastating effects of the two men's policies in a variety of fields, and to show how similar these policies often were.
Meun then went to Phnom Penh, with Mao meeting him in the capital.
San Mao received a great deal of attention in the 1970s for her writings about her life experiences abroad in Germany, and Spain, where she studied both languages, and in northwest Africa, which was the back drop of her 1976 autobiography 'Stories of the Sahara,'which launched her career as a writer.
Nakapangutana pud ko sa hilum: 'Unsa kaha ang papel sa pagkahilayo sa usa ka tawo sa iyang yuta nga natawhan ingon man sa iyang pamilya sa pagdala og kausaban sa iyang kinaiya?' Unsaon, sa dinhi pa sa Dabaw si JB pulos lang sini-aw ang kinaiya sa mao nakong pag-umangkon.
According to You (2006), Mao Zedong attempted an ideological transformation of Chinese from Confucianism to Marxism/Maoism using an approach similar to that of Confucius (pp.
(70) Mao believed, somewhat simplistically, that there were two opposing worldviews, which he called the "metaphysical" and the "dialectical-materialist" (68-71).
The roots of Mao Zedong's Long March resided within the roots of imperial legacy.
A media outlet reported that Mao, 48, was among the unidentified victims.
It is of interest that when he was 14 years, Mao's father arranged for him to marry a female 6 years his senior.