1. In 1986, Deng Xiaoping promoted the "open door" policy to encourage foreign investment.
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8. Deng Xiaoping thought that the party's aura of legitimacy must be preserved at all costs because only the party could save China.
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12. In 1992, fourteen years after Deng Xiaoping had risen up as China's de facto leader, he embarked on the "nan xun" or "Inspection visit to the South".
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13. Deng Xiaoping died in February, 1997 at the age of 92, of Parkinson's disease, respiratory illness and old age.
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14. Deng Xiaoping was 88 when he showed up in Shenzhen in 1992 for the Southern Tour.
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18. In 1966, during the Cultural Revolution, Deng Xiaoping was labeled as the "No 2 Capitalist Roader" and swas tripped of his position as Party General Secretary.
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20. Deng Xiaoping was in Moscow in 1956, when Nikita Khrushchev stunned Communist leaders at the Party Congress by denouncing Stalin's personality cult.
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22. Deng Xiaoping was inspired by Mao's doctrine of peasant revolution which made him unpopular with the pro-Moscow factions within the party.
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23. In 1997, months after Deng Xiaoping died, Zhuo and daughter Deng Nan attended festivities in Hong Kong marking the return of the British colony to Chinese rule, as a tribute to Deng's role in winning back the territory.
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25. Deng Xiaoping spent five years in France at a time when Europe was stuck in a post-World-War-I recession.
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27. Deng Xiaoping left the Sichuan countryside for France when he was 16.
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29. Deng Xiaoping was a "crafty, obsessive" bridge player and, like Mao, he occasionally went swimming surrounded by a dozen bodyguards.
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36. Deng Xiaoping traveled to the Soviet Union again in 1963, hoping to improve the PRC's relations with the Soviets, but the trip only reinforced the split between the two communist countries.
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37. In 1955, Deng Xiaoping was appointed to the Politburo, the important policy-making body of the Communist Party.
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39. Deng Xiaoping was born in August 1904 to a wealthy landowner, Deng Xixian, in the Szechwan Province of China.
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40. In 1979, Deng Xiaoping obtained the nation's official recognition from the United States.
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41. Deng Xiaoping visited the Soviet Union several times in the 1950s and the 1960s, as he was closely involved in Chinese-Soviet relations and their dispute over the international communist movement.
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43. In 1979, Deng Xiaoping obtained his nation's official recognition from the United States.
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45. Deng Xiaoping had a job to consolidate the communist control in Tibet and southwestern areas after People's of Republic China were founded in 1949.
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48. On February 19, 1997, Deng Xiaoping died in Beijing at age 92.
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50. Deng Xiaoping restored China to domestic stability and economic growth after the disastrous excesses of the Cultural Revolution.
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53. From that point on, Deng Xiaoping proceeded to carry out his own policies for the economic development of China.
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54. Deng Xiaoping was attacked during the Cultural Revolution by radical supporters of Mao.
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56. In 2014, a TV series commemorating Deng Xiaoping entitled Deng Xiaoping at History's Crossroads was released by CCTV in anticipation of the 110th anniversary of his birth.
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58. Deng Xiaoping died on 19 February 1997, aged 92 from a lung infection and Parkinson's disease.
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59. Deng Xiaoping was instrumental in the development of Shanghai's Pudong New Area, revitalizing the city as China's economic hub.
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60. Deng Xiaoping stressed the importance of economic reform in China, and criticized those who were against further reform and opening up.
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64. Deng Xiaoping privately told Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau that factions of the Communist Party could have grabbed army units and the country had risked a civil war.
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67. Deng Xiaoping repudiated the Cultural Revolution and, in 1977, launched the "Beijing Spring", which allowed open criticism of the excesses and suffering that had occurred during the period.
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71. In October 1969 Deng Xiaoping was sent to the Xinjian County Tractor Factory in rural Jiangxi province to work as a regular worker.
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73. In 1963, Deng Xiaoping traveled to Moscow to lead a meeting of the Chinese delegation with Stalin's successor, Nikita Khrushchev.
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74. In July 1952, Deng Xiaoping came to Beijing to assume the posts of Vice Premier and Deputy Chair of the Committee on Finance.
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75. Deng Xiaoping would spend three years in Chongqing, the city where he had studied in his teenage years before going to France.
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76. Deng Xiaoping became responsible for leading the annexation of southwest China, in his capacity as the first secretary of the Department of the Southwest.
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79. Deng Xiaoping stayed for most of the conflict with the Japanese in the war front in the area bordering the provinces of Shanxi, Henan and Hebei, then traveled several times to the city of Yan'an, where Mao had established the basis for Communist Party leadership.
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