何振梁与中国奥林匹克梦

何振梁与中国奥林匹克梦

图书基本信息
出版时间:2007-1
出版社:外文
作者:梁丽娟
页数:511
译者:布劳内尔
书名:何振梁与中国奥林匹克梦
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何振梁与中国奥林匹克梦

内容概要
This book was written by He Zhenliang's wife Liang Lijuan, a senior journalist from the People's Daily. He Zhenliang, known as China's Mr.Olympics, is the honorary president of the Chinese Olympic Committee, former vice-president of the International Olympic Committee and former Deputy Minister of the State Sport Commission of China, the predecessor of the General Administration of Sport. This book is a memoir of his personal life stories and diplomatic experiences in the sports field. It gives accurate and detailed depictions of the inside stories of a number of significant events in China's history of sports dealing with the outside world, includeing opposition to "two Chinas" in international sports organizations in the 1950s, the founding of the Games of the Newly Emerging Forces (GANEFO) in the 1960s, restoration of China's legitimate seat on the International Olympic Committee in the 1970s, the 1990 Beijing 1lth Asian Games, and Beijing's bids for the 2000 and 2008 Olympic Games. The story of the breaking down of barriers to sports exchanges across the Taiwan Straits is particularly fascinating.    作者简介:    Liang Lijuan, from Guangdong Province, joined the student move ment in Shanghai during her school years. After the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, she was engaged in youth movement for many years. Later, Liang became a journalist and editor at the People's Daily, China's most influential newspaper, and was once head of the newspaper's UK bureau. She reported on a wide range of subjects, and continued to write even after her retirement in 1986. Liang has participated in Beijing's two bids for the Olympics. Her publications include Closing Ceremonies (translation), Olympic Revolution- The Biography of Juan Antonio Samaranch, (translation), The UK Looking from Inside - True Experiences of a Female Chinese Journalist, University of Cambridge, Collected Works of a Slow Bird, and A Century of the International Olympic Committee (translation), etc.
作者简介
作者:梁丽娟 译者:(美国)布劳内尔
书籍目录
Chapter
1
Childhood
Years
Home
Destroyed
by
War
Difficult
Student
Life
Pursuing
Revolutionary
Truth
Longing
for
the
Liberation
of
ShanghaiChapter
2
A
New
World
At
the
Central
Committee
of
the
New
Democratic
Youth
League
Many
Firsts
"Returning
to
the
Ranks"
The
Most
Correct
ChoicesChapter
3
Learning
to
Love
Sports
First
Contact
with
the
International
Olympic
Committee
A
Solemn
Resolution
Accumulating
Experience
in
Foreign
Affairs
Sent
Down
for
Labor
A
Family
Too
Seldom
TogetherChapter
4
At
the
Side
of
the
Leaders
"Bestir
Oneself,
Very
Good"
Premier
Zhou-A
Lifetime
Model
to
Learn
from
Work
in
Party
and
Government
Delegations
Witnessing
Again
the
Premier's
GraceChapter
5
The
Tempest
Hits
the
Sports
World
Conflict
at
the
Jakarta
Asian
Games
Establishing
the
Games
of
the
New
Emerging
Forces
AA,
A,
AAAChapter
6
Asian
Sports
Cannot
do
Without
China
Skirmish
of
Asian
Games
Achieving
Complete
Victory
Song
of
the
Victory
The
"Cultural
Revolution"
Is
Over!Chapter
7
World
Sport
Cannot
do
Without
China
Winning
More
Friends
Deng
Xiaoping
at
the
Helm
The
First
Assault
1976-A
Year
of
Few
Actions
1977-A
Year
of
SilenceChapter
8
The
Final
Battle
to
Recover
China's
Rightful
Place
1978-On
the
Eve
of
the
Final
Battle
1979-A
Crucial
Year
Verbal
Joust
with
Members
Sprint
to
the
FinishChapter
9
Coopted
as
IOC
Member-Before
and
After
1980-A
Year
of
Many
Things
Nomination
and
Recommendation
Baden-Baden
ElectionChapter
10
"Refusing
to
Be
'the
Head'"
vs.
"Doing
Something".Chapter
11
1990
Beijing
Asian
GamesChapter
12
For
the
Development
of
Asian
SportChapter
13
Upholding
the
"One
China"
PrincipleChapter
14
Endeavouring
for
National
ReunificationChapter
15
Entering
the
World's
Sports
Leading
BodyChapter
16
Bidding
for
the
2000
Olympic
GamesChapter
17
Crisis
and
ReformChapter
18
Bidding
for
the
2008
Olympic
GamesAppendixEpilogue



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