Yang Xianzhen (simplified Chinese: 杨献珍; traditional Chinese: 楊獻珍; pinyin: Yáng Xiànzhēn) (July 24, 1896 – August 25, 1992) was a Chinese Communist politician who was the tenth president of the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the highest training center for party workers and leaders. Yang served as its president from 1955 to 1961.
He became surrounded by the One Divides Into Two controversy in 1964 when his Two Unite into One philosophical concept was interpreted as supporting capitalist restoration.
Yang died in Beijing in 1992.
- China's establishment intellectuals
- Memorial collection of Yang Xianzhen's work 100 years after his birth
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