L'expression prince rouge ou fils de prince, désigne les descendants des hauts dirigeants du Parti communiste chinois (PCC), qui accèdent aux pouvoirs politique, économique et militaire en République populaire de Chine. Ce n'est pas un parti politique mais une organisation informelle comme la Clique de Shanghai ou la Faction Qinghua.Xi Jinping, secrétaire général du PCC depuis novembre 2012, est le plus représentatif de cette faction.

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  • L'expression prince rouge ou fils de prince, désigne les descendants des hauts dirigeants du Parti communiste chinois (PCC), qui accèdent aux pouvoirs politique, économique et militaire en République populaire de Chine. Ce n'est pas un parti politique mais une organisation informelle comme la Clique de Shanghai ou la Faction Qinghua.Xi Jinping, secrétaire général du PCC depuis novembre 2012, est le plus représentatif de cette faction.
  • The Princelings, also translated as the Crown Prince Party, are the descendants of prominent and influential senior communist officials in the People's Republic of China. It is not a political party, but an informal, and often derogatory, categorization to signify those benefiting from nepotism and cronyism, by analogy with Crown Princes in hereditary monarchies. Many of its members now hold high-level political and business positions in the upper echelons of power. However, there is currently no discernible political cohesion within the group, and as such they should not be compared to other informal groupings such as the Shanghai clique or the Tsinghua clique, which resemble inner-party factions. The term was coined in the early 20th century, referring to the son of Yuan Shikai (a self-declared Emperor) and his cronies. It was later used to describe the relatives of the top four nationalist families; Chiang Kai-shek's kin, Soong May-ling's kin, Chen Lifu's kin, and Kong Xiangxi's kin. After the 1950s, the term was used to describe Chiang Ching-kuo, son of Chiang Kai-shek, and his friends in Taiwan. Today's Princelings include the children of the Eight Elders and other recent senior national and provincial leaders. Opportunities are available to princelings that are not available to common people. Using their powerful connections they have the opportunity to obtain profitable opportunities for themselves and for others. The more aggressive of the princelings have amassed fortunes of hundreds of millions of dollars.
  • 太子党(たいしとう、拼音: Tàizǐ Dǎng)とは、中国共産党の高級幹部の子弟等で特権的地位にいる者たちのこと、あるいはその総称である。世襲的に受け継いだ特権と人脈を基にして、中国(あるいは華僑社会)の政財界に大きな影響力を持つ。
  • 타이쯔당(중국어 간체: 太子党, 정체: 太子黨, 영어: The Princelings, Crown Prince Party)은 중국 공산당 혁명 원로의 자제와 친인척들로 구성된 정치 계파로 중국의 개혁개방을 이끈 부모의 후광을 제대로 받는 집단이다. 이들은 당.정.군.재계 고위층의 자녀들로 덩샤오핑의 자녀 및 사위를 비롯해 약 4000명이 핵심 요직에 포진해 있다.
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  • L'expression prince rouge ou fils de prince, désigne les descendants des hauts dirigeants du Parti communiste chinois (PCC), qui accèdent aux pouvoirs politique, économique et militaire en République populaire de Chine. Ce n'est pas un parti politique mais une organisation informelle comme la Clique de Shanghai ou la Faction Qinghua.Xi Jinping, secrétaire général du PCC depuis novembre 2012, est le plus représentatif de cette faction.
  • 太子党(たいしとう、拼音: Tàizǐ Dǎng)とは、中国共産党の高級幹部の子弟等で特権的地位にいる者たちのこと、あるいはその総称である。世襲的に受け継いだ特権と人脈を基にして、中国(あるいは華僑社会)の政財界に大きな影響力を持つ。
  • 타이쯔당(중국어 간체: 太子党, 정체: 太子黨, 영어: The Princelings, Crown Prince Party)은 중국 공산당 혁명 원로의 자제와 친인척들로 구성된 정치 계파로 중국의 개혁개방을 이끈 부모의 후광을 제대로 받는 집단이다. 이들은 당.정.군.재계 고위층의 자녀들로 덩샤오핑의 자녀 및 사위를 비롯해 약 4000명이 핵심 요직에 포진해 있다.
  • The Princelings, also translated as the Crown Prince Party, are the descendants of prominent and influential senior communist officials in the People's Republic of China. It is not a political party, but an informal, and often derogatory, categorization to signify those benefiting from nepotism and cronyism, by analogy with Crown Princes in hereditary monarchies. Many of its members now hold high-level political and business positions in the upper echelons of power.
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  • Princes rouges
  • Princelings
  • 太子党
  • 타이쯔당
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