"Slogan" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 kǒu hào slogan / catchphrase / CL:個|个[ge4]
 míng yán motto / slogan
 zì yàng model or template character / written slogan or phrase / mention (e.g. "air mail" 航空 / on a letter, "first draft" 初稿 / on a document etc)
 biāo yǔ written slogan / placard / CL:幅[fu2],張|张[zhang1],條|条[tiao2]
 wèi rén mín fú wù Serve the People!, CCP political slogan
 zhěng fēng Rectification or Rectifying incorrect work styles, Maoist slogan / cf Rectification campaign 整風運動|整风运动, army purge of 1942-44 and anti-rightist purge of 1957
 zhī shi jiù shì lì liang Knowledge is power, slogan originally due to Francis Bacon 弗蘭西斯·培根|弗兰西斯·培根
 fù guó qiáng bīng lit. rich country, strong army (idiom) / slogan of legalist philosophers in pre-Han times / Make the country wealthy and the military powerful, slogan of modernizers in Qing China and Meiji Japan (Japanese pronunciation: Fukoku kyōhei)
 Hàn zéi bù liǎng lì lit. Shu Han 蜀漢|蜀汉[Shu3 Han4] and Cao Wei 曹魏[Cao2 Wei4] cannot coexist (idiom) / fig. two enemies cannot live under the same sky / (former KMT slogan against CPC) "gentlemen and thieves cannot coexist"
 bā zì fāng zhēn the eight-character slogan for the economic policy proposed by 李富春[Li3 Fu4 chun1] in 1961: 調整、鞏固、充實、提高|调整、巩固、充实、提高 / "adjust, consolidate, enrich and improve" / a policy expressed as an eight-character slogan
 tuán jié jiù shì lì liang unity is strength (revolutionary slogan and popular song of 1943)
 Dà Dōng yà Gòng róng quān Great East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, Japanese wartime slogan for their short-lived Pacific Empire, first enunciated by Prime Minister Prince KONOE Fumimaro 近衛文麿|近卫文麿 / in 1938
 héng fú biāo yǔ slogan banner
 héng biāo banner / horizontal slogan or advertisement
 wù zhì wén míng hé jīng shén wén míng material and spiritual culture / matter and mind / material progress, ideology and culture (philosophic slogan, adopted into Deng Xiaoping theory from 1978)
 zhī shi yuè duō yuè fǎn dòng the more knowledgeable, the more reactionary (absurd anti-intellectual slogan attributed after the event to the Gang of Four 四人幫|四人帮)
使使 xū xīn shǐ rén jìn bù , jiāo ào shǐ rén luò hòu Modesty leads to progress, arrogance makes you drop behind (favorite slogan of Mao Zedong)
 qū chú Dá lǔ expel the Manchu, revolutionary slogan from around 1900
 huáng tǔ bù lù tiān a slogan used in reference to a project to improve greenery in some parts of Northern China
 shuāng bǎi fāng zhēn refers to 百花運動|百花运动[Bai3 hua1 Yun4 dong4] with its slogan 百花齊放,百家爭鳴|百花齐放,百家争鸣
 fēn zào chī fàn "meals prepared at separate stoves", slogan of the program of fiscal decentralization that began in the 1980s in the PRC
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