Events in the year 1961 in China. The country had an estimated population of 695 million people.
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The Campaign at the China–Burma border (simplified Chinese: 中缅边境作战; traditional Chinese: 中緬邊境作戰) was a series of battles fought between the Chinese nationalists in Burma and the communists at or around the China–Myanmar border, after the Chinese Civil War in the post World War II era. It is known officially in China as the Burmese border Surveying and Security Operation (Chinese: 中缅边境勘界警卫作战).Examples of feudalism
Examples of feudalism are helpful to fully understand feudalism and feudal society. Feudalism was practiced in many different ways, depending on location and time period, thus a high-level encompassing conceptual definition does not always provide a reader with the intimate understanding that detailed historical examples provide.Great Chinese Famine
The Great Chinese Famine (Chinese: 三年大饑荒, "three years of famine") was a period in the People's Republic of China between the years 1959 and 1961 characterized by widespread famine. Drought, poor weather, and the policies of ruler Mao Zedong contributed to the famine, although the relative weights of the contributions are disputed. Estimates of deaths due to starvation range in the tens of millions.Sino-North Korean Mutual Aid and Cooperation Friendship Treaty
The Sino-North Korean Mutual Aid and Cooperation Friendship Treaty is a treaty signed on July 11, 1961 between North Korea and the People's Republic of China.
Years in the People's Republic of China (1949–present)
1961 in Asia