Peng Pai

Peng Pai (Chinese: 彭湃; pinyin: Péng Pài )(October 22, 1896—August 30, 1929) born in Haifeng County (now under Shanwei Municipality), Guangdong Province, China, was a pioneer of the Chinese agrarian movement and peasants' rights activist, a prominent revolutionary, and one of the leaders of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) at its earlier stage. Peng Pai was one of the few Chinese intellectuals who were aware in early 1920s that peasantry and land issues caused the most critical problems for Chinese society. He believed that the success of any revolution in China must depend on the peasants as its base foundation.

Read more about Peng PaiBackground and Early Life, Study in Japan (1917–1921), Education Commissioner of Haifeng (1921–1922), Launching and Leading Peasant Movement (1922–1926), A CCP Leader Establishing The 1st Rural Soviet in China (1927–1928), Jailed and Martyred For His Beliefs (1929), Prominent Descendants

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Peng Pai - Prominent Descendants
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Peng Pai - A CCP Leader Establishing The 1st Rural Soviet in China (1927–1928)
... Peng Pai was elected as a member of the CCP Central Committee on the 5th National Congress held in Wuhan during April and May ... Peng Pai returned to Guangdong following the Nachang Uprising troops, and established the Hai-Lu-Feng Soviet Worker-Peasant-Soldier Government and Territory Base after successful organizing and launching an armed ... Peng Pai left Guangdong for Shanghai following CCP Central Committee’s directive ...
Comparison Of Chinese Romanization Systems
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Peasant Movement Training Institute At Guangzhou - History
... In 1924, Peng Pai (彭湃), one of the leaders of the CCP at its early stage, became a member of KMT and served as the Secretary of Peasant Department of KMT Central Committee ... Based on Peng Pai’s idea and suggestion, the KMT Central Committee decided to set up the institute to train young idealists from all over China who then went out ... Association headquarters (惠州会馆) at 53 Yue-Xiu-Nan-Lu (越秀南路), with Peng Pai as Director ...