AbstractLin Zili was born in Lianjiang County, Fujian Province, in 1925. He became involved in the revolutionary movement at a young age and, in 1945, was arrested by the Guomindang. Three years later, he was released and went to Hong Kong where he became editor of >i>Shijie zhanwang>/i> (World Observer), a supplement to the >i>Huashang bao>/i> (Chinese Merchant News). Later, he was transferred back to Beijing where he became an editor of >i>Xuexi>/i> (Study), the theoretical journal of the CCP Central Committee. In later years he would serve in the Propaganda Department, the State Price Commission, the Research Office of the State Council, and the Rural Policy Office of the CCP Secretariat.
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