Mr Heywood was working in south-west China when his body was discovered, causing turmoil in the Chinese Communist Party.
What does ChiCom stand for?
ChiCom stands for Chinese Communist
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23 (ANI): North Korean leader Kim Jong-il met a senior Chinese Communist party official in Pyongyang on Friday.
The liberal view is that Chinese communist leader Mao Tse-tung (now known as Mao Zedong) was able to triumph over Nationalist (anti-communist) leader Chiang Kai-shek because of the former's agrarian reforms and perseverance and the latter's oppression and corruption.
Critics of the Chinese Communist regime such as the Epoch Times are lamenting the media's turning a blind eye to the atrocities.