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Results for: cultural relativismTranslations: 31 - 60 of 65
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Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青, Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋, Yao Wenyuan 姚文元, Wang Hongwen 王洪文, who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution四人帮 [si4 ren2 bang1]
Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青, Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋, Yao Wenyuan 姚文元, Wang Hongwen 王洪文, who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution四人幫 [si4 ren2 bang1]
Guo Moruo (1892~1978), writer, communist party intellectual and cultural apparatchik郭沫若 [Guo1 Mo4 ruo4]
Guo Xiaochuan (1919-1976), PRC communist poet, hero in the war with Japan, died after long persecution during Cultural Revolution郭小川 [Guo1 Xiao3 chuan1]
Han Aijing (1945-), notorious red guard leader during Cultural Revolution, spent 15 years in prison for imprisoning and torturing political leaders韓愛晶 [Han2 Ai4 jing1]
Han Aijing (1945-), notorious red guard leader during Cultural Revolution, spent 15 years in prison for imprisoning and torturing political leaders韩爱晶 [Han2 Ai4 jing1]
He Long (1896-1969), important communist military leader, died from persecution during the Cultural Revolution賀龍 [He4 Long2]
He Long (1896-1969), important communist military leader, died from persecution during the Cultural Revolution贺龙 [He4 Long2]
Hong Kong Cultural Center香港文化中心 [Xiang1 gang3 Wen2 hua4 Zhong1 xin1]
Hua Guofeng (1921-), leader of Chinese communist party after the cultural revolution华国锋 [Hua2 Guo2 feng1]
Hua Guofeng (1921-), leader of Chinese communist party after the cultural revolution華國鋒 [Hua2 Guo2 feng1]
Kang Sheng (1896-1975), Chinese communist leader, a politburo member during the Cultural Revolution and posthumously blamed for some of its excesses康生 [Kang1 Sheng1]
Lin Biao (1908-1971), Chinese army leader at time of the Cultural Revolution林彪 [Lin2 Biao1]
Liu Shaoqi (1898-1969), Chinese communist leader, a martyr of the Cultural Revolution刘少奇 [Liu2 Shao4 qi2]
Liu Shaoqi (1898-1969), Chinese communist leader, a martyr of the Cultural Revolution劉少奇 [Liu2 Shao4 qi2]
National Commission for the identification of cultural heritage国家文物鉴定委员会 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 jian4 ding4 wei3 yuan2 hui4]
National Commission for the identification of cultural heritage國家文物鑒定委員會 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 jian4 ding4 wei3 yuan2 hui4]
National Committee of Cultural Heritage国家文物委员会 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 wei3 yuan2 hui4]
National Committee of Cultural Heritage國家文物委員會 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 wei3 yuan2 hui4]
National Treasure (officially designated by the state cultural authorities in China, Japan and Korea)国宝 [guo2 bao3]
National Treasure (officially designated by the state cultural authorities in China, Japan and Korea)國寶 [guo2 bao3]
PRC State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH)国家文物局 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 ju2]
PRC State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH)國家文物局 [Guo2 jia1 wen2 wu4 ju2]
Red Guards (during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976)紅衛兵 [hong2 wei4 bing1]
Red Guards (during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976)红卫兵 [hong2 wei4 bing1]
stinking intellectual (contemptuous term for educated people during the Cultural Revolution)臭老九 [chou4 lao3 jiu3]
Timbuctoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)通佈圖 [Tong1 bu4 tu2]
Timbuctoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)通布图 [Tong1 bu4 tu2]
Timbuktoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)廷巴克图 [Ting2 ba1 ke4 tu2]
Timbuktoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)廷巴克圖 [Ting2 ba1 ke4 tu2]
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