Defining events in the history of the Chinese Communist Party – Victor Shih in conversation with William Hurst

What was the most important event in the history of the CCP? Was it the split between the factions of the Red Army during the Long March? Or was it the arrest of the Gang of Four (December 1976)?

Join Victor Shih (Associate Professor and Ho Miu Lam Chair in China and Pacific Relations at UC San Diego) in conversation with William Hurst (Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development at the University of Cambridge) to hear their perspectives on this question.


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