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US News Bayeux. One hundred years ago, Deng Xiaoping arrived at Alain-Chartier

12:40  26 october  2020
12:40  26 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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En 1981, Deng Xiaoping passe en revue les troupes à Pékin. Avant de devenir le numéro 1 de la République populaire de Chine, il avait commencé son parcours au collège Alain-Chartier. college © AFP Archives In 1981, Deng Xiaoping reviewed the troops in Beijing. Before becoming the number 1 in the People's Republic of China, he had started his career at the Alain-Chartier college.

In October 1920, Deng Xiaoping arrived in Bayeux to study at the Alain-Chartier college. Years later, he would become general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, then number 1 in the People's Republic of China.

Did you know that Deng Xiaoping's political career began in Bayeux , just a hundred years ago?

In October 1920, the young Chinese arrived at the Alain-Chartier college. The one who would become, years later, general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, from 1956 to 1967, and then the number 1 of the People's Republic of China, from 1978 to 1992.

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The Journal de Bayeux dated October 22, 1920 mentions the arrival of "twenty Chinese students" . Among them is a certain Ten Si Hien (Deng Xiaoping being his revolutionary name), as attested by a document preserved by the National Archives of the World of Work.

The future leader of China stayed only a short time in Bayeux, from October 1920 to March 1921. At the age of 16, he took advantage of a scholarship to come and study in Bayeux, where he will be a boarder for six months before lose financial aid. He will then move to Montargis (Loiret) to work there. In 1926, he went to Moscow before finally returning to China.

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