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Zhou Baozhong

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Zhou Baozhong (; 1902–1964) was a commander of the 88th Separate Rifle Brigade and Northeast Anti-Japanese United Army resisting the pacification of Manchukuo by the Empire of Japan. After the Chinese Civil War he was made Vice Governor of Yunnan province in 1949. Early life He was born on 1902 in Dali Prefecture, Yunnan. His birth name was Xi Liyuan. In 1915, he was admitted to the provincial Dali No. 2 Middle School with excellent results. After the second grade of junior high school, because of the attack of his hometown by warlords and bandits, he dropped out of school and went home to work in farming. Military career In February 1917, at the age of 15, he joined the army and participated in the Constitutional Protection Movement. From November 1922 to 1924, he studied military at the Yunnan Military Academy. In 1924, he graduated from Yunnan Jiangwu School. In 1926, he participated in the Northern Expedition. In March 1927, Zhou served as deputy commander o
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