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|Date of Birth||September 02, 1903|
|Date of Death||March 02, 1978|
|Place of Birth||Anfu, Jiangxi|
Wang Zaoshi Biography
Wang Zaoshi is a famous Chinese lawyer and activist, who was born on September 02, 1903 in Anfu, Jiangxi. According to Astrologers, Wang Zaoshi's zodiac sign is Virgo.
Wang Zaoshi (Chinese: 王造时 September 2, 1903 – September 1971) was a Chinese lawyer and activist for human rights and constitutional government under both the Nationalist Government in Republican China and the People's Republic of China. He was educated at Tsinghua University then went to the United States for a doctorate at University of Wisconsin, Madison and post-doctoral work at University of London. In the years leading up to the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) he was prominent in the National Salvation Association (救国联合 Jiuguo lianhui) that agitated for resistance to Japan and criticized the Nationalist government for its weak policies. He was one of the so-called Seven Gentlemen, liberal scholars and activists arrested in 1936 for advocating a United Front between the Nationalist Party and the Communist Party of China in order to fight Japanese expansionism. He was active in the China Democratic League during and after the war.
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After the foundation of the People's Republic of China, he continued to advocate constitutional government, democratic reforms, human rights and democracy, but was attacked after the 100 Flowers Movement of 1957 and in the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).
Wang Zaoshi Net Worth
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Wang was a native of Anfu County, Jiangxi, born September 1903 to a family of lumber and bamboo merchants. In 1919, as a middle-school student at Tsinghua College in Beijing he participated in the May Fourth Movement that attacked traditional Chinese civilization, and was twice arrested and jailed. He was student council president. After graduation in August 1925 he went to the United States, where he obtained a PhD in Political Science at the University of Wisconsin in June 1929. He then went as a research student to London School of Economics, where he worked with Harold Laski, the Fabian Socialist.
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In 1930 Wang returned to China by way of the Soviet Union and was appointed Dean of Faculty of Arts at Shanghai's Guanghua University. After the Japanese attacked Manchuria in the 1931 Mukden Incident, he founded Zhuzhang yu piping 主张与批评 (Advocacy and criticism) semimonthly, later founded the "Freedom Forum 自由论坛 (Ziyou luntan) magazine. November 1933, he participated in the "Fujian Rebellion.
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In the early 1930s, increasing repression by the Nationalist government led a group of both leftist and liberal intellectuals, including Song Qingling, Cai Yuanpei, and Lin Yutang, to form the China League for the Protection of Civil Rights (Zongguo minquan baozhang tongmeng), which also urged resistance to Japanese expansionism. Wang joined them, but seemed more interested in theoretical discussions than their campaigns to support political prisoners or civil rights. The League dissolved when one of its leading organizers was assassinated outside League headquarters in Shanghai, but the debate continued.
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