Henry A. Kissinger
This man is the author of On China, a work of non-fiction detailing more than forty years of involvement with foreign policy on China.
This man was the controversial leader of China from its emancipation in 1949 to 1976 when he died.
This man was Mao's second in command. Kissinger describes the man as the most compelling figure he has ever met.
Richard Milhous Nixon
This man was a Republican politician and the 37th President of the United States.
This man was considered to be one of China's most influential leaders and reformers after Mao.
The Yellow Emperor
This character is said to be the legendary founding ruler of China.
This man is considered to be the most revered of all Chinese philosophers.
The Red-haired Barbarians
This name is used by the Chinese to refer to the British.
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