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  1. 2-4:Flip-flopping Social Climbing




    Two: Anything For Political Gains
    4: Flip-flopping Social Climbing


    In 1976, there was a terrible earthquake in Tangshan, hundreds of thousands of lives were lost. In the same year, the CCP’s three big guns, Zhou En-lai, Zhu De, and Mao Ze Dong died one after another. In Sept., soon after Mao died, Ye Jian-ying went against what Mao asked of him before his death, and collaborated with Wang Dong-xing, and Hua Guo-feng, ...
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  2. 2-3: “Braggart Jiang”




    Two: Anything For Political Gains
    3: “Braggart Jiang”


    In 1966, Jiang Ze-min was 40 years old. Mao Ze Dong launched the Cultural Revolution, in hope of regaining dictatorial power over the Party, power which he felt had fallen into the hands of Liu Shao Qi. Mao incited students and workers at the lowest levels to revolt and seize power. Within a short time, nearly everyone who had been in power was attacked, denounced, ...
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  3. 2-2: A Bargaining Cuckold




    Two: Anything For Political Gains

    2: A Bargaining Cuckold



    Wang Ye-ping graduated from Shanghai Foreign Language Institute. She is Wang Zhe-lan’s niece. After Jiang Ze-min transferred from the Japanese puppet Central University to Shanghai Jiao Tong University, he visited her family and somewhat liked her, though neither of the two thought much of it at the time. In 1949 when it’s obvious that the CCP ...
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  4. 2-1: A Self-Made “Foster Son”




    Two: Anything For Political Gains
    1: A Self-Made “Foster Son”



    Jiang Ze-min’s uncle, Jiang Shang-qing, only 15 years his senior, was a CCP member, and was killed in gunfight, in 1939, survived by his wife, Wang Zhe-lan, and two daughters, Jiang Ze-ling, and Jiang Ze-hui



    Jiang Ze-min, aspiring to climb the Communist Party ladders, from day one would write the name ”Jiang Shang-qing” ...
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  5. 1-3: A Spy Under The Skirt




    One: A Family Of Traitors
    3: A Spy Under The Skirt



    The CCP’s army entered Shanghai in 1949. The food factory where Jiang Ze-min worked was, at that time, renamed, Yi Min, Number One Foodstuff Factory. The CCP cadre who made inspection of the factory was Wang Dao-han. Jiang Ze-min happened to learn that Wang Dao-han was formerly a subordinate of his uncle, Jiang Shang-qing. He promptly stated that he was Jiang ...

    Updated 10-18-2019 at 07:18 AM by Ellanjay

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