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Tiananmen's Tremendous Achievemens Expanded 2nd Edition
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Publisher:  self-published throuth Creatspace ISBN-10:  1497537703 Type: 
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472

Copyright:  June 5, 2014 ISBN-13:  9781497537705
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A unique book on Tiananmen protesters' tremendous contributions to China's reform and prosperity including the emergence of a new generation of talented intellectuals with moral integrity, Jiang Zemin's coup to replace intellectuals' dominance of the Party and state for uneducated workers’ and peasants’, recent fierce power struggle between conservatives and reformists, etc.

Big Discounts on My Book to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen Throughout the month of June, the price of kindle version of the book is reduced from US$9.99 to US$2.99 while that of printed version, from US$30 to US$15 The book: Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievements Expanded 2nd Edition A Unique Book that Bares the Mysteries of the Greatest Era in Chinese History. Mystery of China’s Sudden Swift Rise 2,000 years ago Shang Yang's reform enabled the sudden swift rise of the State of Qin as it gave play to people’s talents and diligence. Deng Xiaoping's reform has caused China's swift rise just like Shang Yang's. However, reform is very difficult in China. Shang Yang was cruelly killed by conservatives. Mystery of Jiang Zemin Surmounting Conservatives’ Fierce Resistance to Reform Jiang Zemin exploited the panic caused by Tiananmen Protests throughout the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to successfully carry on the reform and conduct a coup to establish intellectuals' dominance of the Party. Mystery of Justification of Capitalist Road The book describes how Jiang invented the Three Representatives to revise Marxist theory on the basis of its basic principle and thus justified the capitalist road. Mystery of Bo Xilai’s Downfall With Bo Xilai’s charismatic leadership, conservatives grew too strong for reformists led by Hu Jintao to deal with. Secretly the factions advocating the rule of law found a way to bring down Bo Xilai. Xi Jinping’s Mysterious Absence for 2 Weeks in Early September 2012 His secret visits during his absence to all powerful elders to obtain their support for his anti-official despotism and corruption cyclones and thorough reform. The Mystery of Xi Jinping Putting an End to Fierce Power Struggle between Conservatives and Reformists Conservatives though have been deprived of their charismatic leaders Bo Xilai, remained a very strong opposition to Xi Jinping’s thorough reform aimed at giving full play to people’s talents and diligence. However, Xi Jinping skillfully brought them around and made them support his reform. Mystery of China Beginning to Pursue Capitalism A whole chapter is devoted to the true story of rusticated former Red Guards’ hunger strike that caused the commencement of the pursuit of capitalism. Excerpt
PREFACE OF THE EXPANDED 2ND EDITION

A Unique Book that Bares the Mystery of the Greatest Era in Chinese History

In more than three decades since China took off, there have been endless predictions on China’s imminent collapse, but none of them materialized. Why? What is the secret of China’s sudden swift and continuous rise?

Shang Yang’s Legal Reform Caused the Sudden Swift Rise of the State of Qin
More than 2,000 years ago, Shang Yang’s legal reform caused the sudden swift rise of the State of Qin as a power without rival. The cream of the reform was encouragement of farming and military achievements. It gives play to Qin people’s talents and diligence.

The reform initiated by Deng Xiaoping and carried on by Zhao Ziyang and Jiang Zemin Was Just the Same as Shang Yang’s
The cream of their reform is to encourage people to become rich earlier than others. It similarly gave play to people’s talents and diligence and thus enabled China to take off.

The Mystery of Deng, Zhao and Jiang’s success in their reform

Reforms seldom succeed in Chinese history as they touch people’s soul and harm their vested interests.
Shang Yang’s reform hurt aristocrats’ vested interests. When the sovereign of the State who supported Shang’s reform, died, Qin aristocrats cruelly punished Shang Yang by tearing him asunder with five carts. Fortunately, the succeeding sovereigns of the State of Qin carried on Shang Yang’s reform to enable their state to keep on growing stronger and finally conquer all other states and unify China.

Deng, Zhao and Jiang’s reform first seriously touched China’s long-standing inveterate tradition of egalitarianism that has become very popular due to Mao Zedong’s vigorous brainwashing. At that time, China was ruled by uneducated workers and peasants who adhered to egalitarianism. Those advocators of egalitarianism fiercely opposed the capitalism that encourages people to become rich.

The hardest part of the reform is to turn the loss-making State-owned enterprises (SOEs) profitable. It required the compulsory early retirement of tens of millions redundant SOE employees who previously had iron rice bowls and the welfare of free medical service, retirement, etc. It touched vested interests on an unprecedented scale.

Jiang Zemin Coup

The Emergence of a New Generation of Talented Intellectuals with Moral Integrity who Wanted to Seize State Power

Mao Zedong understood that where there was oppression, there would be revolt and led the oppressed workers and peasants to seize power and establish his dynasty.

However, he forgot his oppression of intellectuals for two decades from the Anti-Rightist Campaign to the Cultural Revolution will also cause intellectuals to revolt.

Due to the oppression, a new generation of talented intellectuals with moral integrity emerged during the Cultural Revolution, who secretly made preparations for seizing Party and state power in order to achieve the goal of obtaining the basic human right and freedom to be engaged in intellectual activities.

Meanwhile, other intellectuals also wanted to revolt and finally launched the great June 4 Movement (also known as the Tiananmen Protests) that almost overthrew the regime of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

The panic given rise to by the Movement throughout CCP forced the conservatives in the Party to accept Jiang Zemin’s reform. The success of reform in turn made intellectuals stronger and enabled them to finally carry out a peaceful coup d’état by the Three Represents and seized Party and state power.
Therefore, we can assert that without June 4, there could not be China’s rise today. The heroes at Tiananmen have made immortal contributions to China’s reform.

Xi Jinping Cyclone: Strive to Carry on the Reform to the Finish

The pursuit of wealth has given play to people’s talents and diligence, but also given rise to the blind pursuit of wealth by evil means resulting in corruption, infringement of people’s rights and interests, environmental pollution, the emergence of lots of toxic food and fake and poor products on the market.

Xi Jinping and others among the youngest of the new generation of talented intellectuals with moral integrity, are conducting a new round of reform with a vengeance mainly focused on economic liberalization in order to give further play to people’s talents and diligence. If successful, the reform will make China the greatest superpower in the world.

This book gives detailed description of the course of reform filled with various twists and turns.

What’s New in the Second Edition?

All the parts in the first edition remained in the second edition with a few changes due to information available later and better understanding. There are also some changes for improvements of style.

The new parts are Chapters 12-19 on events in China after the first edition was published: The fierce power struggle for succession between reformists and conservatives; Xi Jinping winning all elders’ support during his mysterious disappearance for 2 weeks in early September, 2012; and Xi Jinping Cyclone.
April 11, 2014


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