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Qiao, Xiaoguang 1918- 2003

Qiao Xiaoguang (乔晓光), a Chinese diplomat, served as the PRC Ambassador to North Korea from 1955-1961. Qiao also held several high-ranking leadership positions in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

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November 22, 1958

Record of Conversation from the Premier's Reception of the Korean Government Delegation

Zhou Enlai and Kim Il Sung discuss the economic situation, electricity production, agricultural production, cooperativization, and the military in North Korea, as well as the withdrawal of the Chinese People's Army from the DPRK. Zhou and Kim also touched on issues relating to U.S.-Japan relations, inter-Korean relations, Chinese development, the Great Leap Forward, U.S. global strategy, Korean nationals in Japan, and Taiwan.

July 11, 1961

Minutes of Conversation between Zhou Enlai and Kim Il Sung

Zhou Enlai and Kim Il Sung discuss economic cooperation between China and North Korea, including industrial development in North Korea, Chinese economic support to North Korea, bilateral trade, Chinese training of North Korean technicians, agricultural development in North Korea, cross-border migration, and development strategies in the DPRK.

May 16, 1961

Cable from Qiao Xiaoguang, 'The South Korean Military Coup Situation'

North Korean and Chinese analyses of Park Chung Hee's coup in South Korea.

September 29, 1960

Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 29 September 1960

A.M. Puzanov and Chinese ambassador Qiao Xiaoguang share information on the recent harvest conditions in both countries, industrial development in China, and the 15th UN General Assembly Session.

September 4, 1956

Memorandum of Conversation with the Ambassador of the Peoples Republic of China to the DPRK Qiao Xiaoguang

Ambassador Ivanov in the DPRK speaks with PRC Ambassador on the four Koreans who spoke against Kim Il Sung that are being held at the Chinese border. Ivanov states that the Soviet Union is against criticizing Kim Il Sung.