Xi Zhongxun (15 October 1913 – 24 May 2002) was a Chinese communist revolutionary and a political leader. He is thought to be among the first generation of Chinese leadership.
Xi in 1946
|Vice Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee|
10 September 1980 – 15 March 1993
|Secretary General of the State Council|
September 1954 – January 1965
|Preceded by||Li Weihan|
|Succeeded by||Zhou Rongxin|
|Head of the CPC Propaganda Department|
January 1953 – July 1954
|Party Chairman||Mao Zedong|
|Preceded by||Lu Dingyi|
|Succeeded by||Lu Dingyi|
|Born||15 October 1913|
Fuping County, Shaanxi, China
|Died||24 May 2002 (aged 88)|
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Children||7, including Qi Qiaoqiao and Xi Jinping|
He helped the founding of Communist guerrilla bases in northwestern China in the 1930s. He was imprisoned and purged several times. He was married to writer Qi Xin.
- Đình Nguyễn. "Tập Cận Bình – 'Lãnh đạo tương lai' của Trung Quốc" (in Vietnamese). Vnexpress. Retrieved 2010-10-19.
- Media related to Xi Zhongxun at Wikimedia Commons