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|Death||47 years ago|
|Date of birth||March 5,1898|
|Date of died||January 8,1976|
|Died||305 Hospital Of People Liberation Army|
|1st vice-premier||Dong Biwu|
|Party||Communist Party of China|
|Tianjin Nankai High School|
|Previous position||Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of China (1973–1976)|
|Books||Chinese Communist Party|
|Selected Works of Zhou Enlai|
|Founded||Chinese Communist Party|
|Communist Party Of China|
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Zhou Enlai Life story
Zhou Enlai was a Chinese statesman, diplomat, and revolutionary who served as the first Premier of the People's Republic of China from September 1954 until his death in January 1976.
Henry Kissinger: Divisive diplomat who towered over world affairs
... Simultaneously, a dialogue was opened with the Chinese government, through Premier Zhou Enlai...
The trip that transformed Australia and China ties, five decades on
... But the real goal of the mission was to meet then Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai...
What I learnt eating at 8,000 Chinese restaurants
... The lavish banquet eaten by Richard Nixon with then-Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai in Beijing was televised live across the US, and millions of Americans witnessed their president using chopsticks and sampling dishes that few had ever heard of...
Tensions highlight the importance of global trade
... While critics might quote those oft-disputed words of Zhou Enlai - it is too soon to say - what is certainly true is that established trading patterns have radically changed...