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Proper noun


  1. Initialism of Chinese Communist Party. (Communist Party of China)
    Synonym: CPC
    • 1971, Deborah S. Davis, “The Cultural Revolution in Wuhan”, in The Cultural Revolution in the Provinces[1], Harvard University Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, →OL, pages 151–152:
      On August 23 at Wuhan’s first Red Guard rally, Governor Chang T’i-hsueh, who was also second secretary of the Central Committee of the Hupei CCP, presided.¹⁵ Two days later the Wuhan CCP convened a rally of middle school Red Guards, while the Federation of Trade Unions convened a meeting of workers who supported the Red Guards.
    • 1988, Stephen Uhalley, Jr., A History of the Chinese Communist Party[2], Hoover Institution Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 16:
      By late August 1920, Chen established the first branch of the CCP, in Shanghai, comprising seven members.
    • 1999, Suzanne Pepper, “The Intelligentsia's Critique of the Chinese Communists”, in Civil War in China: The Political Struggle 1945-1949[3], Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 200:
      The intelligentsia’s comments on the CCP were in many respects different from their critique of the KMT. Intellectuals in the KMT areas were naturally more familiar with the policies and performance of the Government than those of the CCP. Second, since they felt that the Government was in large measure responsible for the existing political situation, and that it still possessed the power to reform itself and end the war, they concentrated their efforts on the Government in the hope of compelling such action from it. By contrast, the CCP was relegated to the position of an opposition party which had yet to occupy any position of national power. This treatment of the CCP may have owed as much to the political restrictions under which the liberal press was operating as to the political biases of the liberals themselves. Nevertheless, their critique of the CCP, while admittedly based on less than ample information, gives the impression of having been made in good faith and was in all respects consistent with their fundamental ideological commitments.
    • 2000, George C. Y. Wang, Taiwan (World Conflicts and Confrontations)‎[4], volume 3, Salem Press, Inc., →ISBN, page 662:
      In 1935 the CCP's defeated army retreated to Yen-an in the northern part of Shanhsi Province. This retreat was called the Long March, during which tens of thousands of marchers died.
    • 2019, Ching-Tse Cheng, “Chinese spy confirms China's involvement in Taiwan 2020 election”, in Taiwan News[5]:
      Wang said that Beijing successfully backed several pro-China politicians, who won seats in the 2018 local elections. He added the CCP desperately wants to stop Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) from being re-elected.
      Wang also disclosed details about CCP's plans to take over Hong Kong and Australia, reported Liberty Times.
    • 2020, “United States Strategic Approach to the People’s Republic of China”, in[6], archived from the original on 22 May 2020, page 4:
      Beijing uses a combination of threat and inducement to pressure governments, elites, corporations, think tanks, and others – often in an opaque manner – to toe the CCP line and censor free expression.
    • 2023 March 19, Nien-han Liao, “Whampoa academy arguments redundant”, in Taipei Times[7], →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on 21 March 2023, Editorials, page 8‎[8]:
      In 1950, it moved to Fengshan after Chengdu fell into the hands of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) government relocated to Taiwan.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:CCP.

Derived terms




CCP (plural CCPs)

  1. Initialism of critical control point.
  2. Initialism of complete cleft palate.
  3. (chemistry) Initialism of cubic close-packed.
  4. (finance) Initialism of central counterparty.




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Proper noun


  1. Initialism of Certification de conformité produit.