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Liu Shaoxi

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Net worth 2018: $1.07 Billion
Industry: Real Estate
Residence: Shantou, China
Country: China
BirthDay: 24 November 1898
Died On: 12/11/1969
Children: 1
Education: Master of Business Administration, Macau University
BIOGRAPHY

Liu Shaoxi was bornon 24 November 1898 in Shantou, China, China. Liu Shaoxi is #1951 in List Billionaires People In The World. Liu Shaoxi chairs Guangdong Yihua Timber of China, a publicly traded furniture supplier. Liu also controls publicly traded Yihua Real Estate which changed its name to Yihua Healthcare in February 2015.

NET WORTH STATISTIC
2015

$1.15 Billion

2016

$1 Billion

2017

$1.1 Billion

2018

$1.07 Billion

TIMELINE
1980

A high-profile national memorial ceremony was held for Liu on May 17, 1980, and his ashes were scattered into the sea at Qingdao in accordance with his last wishes

1969

His wife at the time of his death in 1969, Wang Guangmei, was thrown into prison by Mao Zedong during the Cultural Revolution; she was subjected to harsh conditions in solitary confinement for more than a decade

1968

Gu Qihua, there was a dedicated medical team in charge of treating Liu's illness; between July 1968 and October 1969, Liu had seven total occurrences of pneumonia due to his deteriorating immune system, and there had been a total of 40 group consultations by top medical professionals regarding the treatment of this disease

1967

Liu was beaten regularly at public denunciation meetings after his arrest in 1967

1966

Liu was labeled as a "traitor" and "the biggest capitalist roader in the Party"; he was displaced as Party Deputy Chairman by Lin Biao in July 1966

1961

Liu was publicly acknowledged as Mao's chosen successor in 1961; however, by 1962 his opposition to Mao's policies had led Mao to mistrust him

1960

Liu's position as the second-most powerful leader of the CPC contributed to Mao's rivalry with him at least as much as Liu's political beliefs or factional allegiances in the 1960s, indicating that Liu's later persecution was the result of a power struggle that went beyond the goals and well-being of either China or the Party

1959

However, Liu began to voice indications of concern about the outcomes of the Great Leap in the August 1959 Lushan Plenum

1958

Liu spoke very strongly in favour of the Great Leap Forward at the Eighth CPC National Congress in May 1958

1956

From 1956 until his downfall in 1966, he ranked as the First Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of China

1954

In 1954, China adopted a new constitution at the first National People's Congress (NPC); at the Congress's first session, he was elected chairman of the Congress's Standing Committee, a position he held until the second NPC in 1959

1949

Liu became the Vice Chairman of the Central People's Government in 1949

1945

He was elected as one of five CPC Secretaries at the Seventh National Party Congress in 1945

1939

His best known works include How to be a Good Communist (1939), On the Party (1945), and Internationalism and Nationalism (1952)

1937

In 1937, Liu traveled to the Communist base at Yanan; in 1941, he became a political commissar of the New Fourth Army

1936

He became Party Secretary in North China in 1936, leading the anti-Japanese movements in that area with the assistance of Peng Zhen, An Ziwen, Bo Yibo, Ke Qingshi, Liu Lantao, and Yao Yilin

1934

His third wife Xie Fei (谢飞) came from Wenchang, Hainan and was one of the few women on the 1934 Long March

1932

Liu became the Party Secretary of Fujian Province in 1932

1931

, Politburo) of the Chinese Soviet Republic in 1931 or 1932

1930

In 1930 and 1931, he attended the Third and Fourth Plenums of the Sixth Central Committee, and was elected to the Central Executive Committee (i

1929

Liu returned to work at the Party headquarters in Shanghai in 1929, and was named Secretary of the Manchurian Party Committee in Fengtian

1927

He was elected to the Party's Central Committee in 1927, and was appointed to the head of its Labor Department

1925

He worked with Li Lisan in Shanghai in 1925, organizing Communist activity following the May Thirtieth Incident

1921

He joined the newly formed Communist Party of China (CPC) in 1921

1920

In 1920, he and Ren Bishi joined a Socialist Youth Corps; the next year, Liu was recruited to study at the Comintern's University of the Toilers of the East in Moscow

1898

Liu Shaoqi (pronounced [ljǒu ʂâutɕʰǐ]; Chinese: 刘少奇; 24 November 1898 – 12 November 1969) was a Chinese revolutionary, politician, and theorist

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