Jiang Qing She became the wife of the Famous Chinese Leader Mao Tse Tung in She also became a member of Gang of Four which led Chinese Communist Party for years. Though she ended up miserably in jail, she continues to be an icon of power.
Jiang Qing, wife of Mao Tse-tung, the Communist dictator of China. It is believed that she was the main driving force behind China’s Cultural Revolution, Years of Chaos) when she had many citizens imprisoned or put to death. Deaths - low estimate of
Modern Chinese calligraphy in an ancient bird and animal style by Li Luogong 李駱公 of a poem entitled "The Indomitable Soul" (the Chinese name is "Although Long Lives the Tortoise" 龟虽寿) by the famous general, statesman, and literatus Cao Cao 曹操 C.
Jiang Qing at her trial in 1981. Jiang Qing (1914 – 1991) was the pseudonym used by the major Communist Party of China political figure who was Mao Zedong's last wife. Jiang Qing was best known for playing a major role in the Cultural Revolution (1966–76) and for forming the radical political alliance known as the "Gang of Four".