Mao Zedong

Mao Zedong

The popular name is Chairman Mao. For the outside world, he is known by his actual name, Mao Zedong.  This was the year 1893 the month was December and the date was the 26. When he was born in the house of the pre-industrial agricultural laborer. Nobody at that time can predict that this man is going to revascularize China forever. When he died on the 9th of September 1976 the world knew him as a communist revolutionary. 

Not only a communist revolutionary but a person who is known as the father of the nation for the nation who lives in the People’s Republic of China. In fact, he is one of the people who not only set the foundation of the communist revolution in China but actually brought that revolution successfully in that area of the world. 

The early days of Chairman Mao were spent in the village of Shaoshan. This Village is in the area of Hunan. Mao Yichang was the name of Mao`s father. He is a farmer, really a rich one in the area. He was a disciplined man and really short-tempered. He used to beat Mao and the other siblings if those called to obey his orders. The other two siblings of Mao included two boys and a girl. The boy was his brother while the girl was the adopted one from the family. But the father was equally strict for all of those even for their mother. His mother was a lady who has the religious belief of the Buddha religion. Even in his early days Mao also was a follower of Buddhism. In his teenage, he changed his views about religion. 

Zemin and Zetan are the two brothers of Chairman Mao. Both of these have joined the communist party. The Zetan was arrested and executed by the government. Zemin became the Finance Minister and the Head of the state bank of China.

The first marriage of Mao took place when he completed his Primary education. At that time, the age of Mao was 13 years. His father decided at that time that he should get married. So as a result of an arranged marriage, he was married to a girl known as Luo Yixiu. At that time the age of the bride was 17 years old. She was the wife of Chairman Mao at the end of her life. In 1908 when the marriage took place. Mao refused to accept this arranged marriage. He was of the opinion that arranging marriages for the sake of the benefits of others is not appropriate. 

The booklet written by the great Chinese leader Zheng Guanying changed the political views of Mao. After completing his school education he was shifted to Beijing. Where he started his activities for the revolution. In the university, he was lib=ving in a room where 6 people were already living means that he needed to share the room with 6 other students and he was the 7th one. Again he was bullied here again for his rural break ground this was the same incident that has already happened with him in the school. Even though the circumstances were tough, he managed to complete his tasks.

Mao The landmarks in the historical Struggle of the ChairmanMao are the Political protests that occurred in 1919 – 1920 and the new culture, In 1921 – 1922 the Communist Party of the China formation, A Collaboration with the Kuomintang that was happened from 1922 to 1927, the civil war, the Long March of 1934 the civil war for the period of 1940 t0 1949. 

Mao created a great influence on the thinking of the people not only in China but around the world. He died on the 9th of September 1976.