Recently, China has been amidst an intense pandemic outbreak after the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) suddenly abandoned the zero-COVID policy. The deaths of many Chinese are suspected to be related to COVID-19 infection.

We have already reported about the possible infections of high-profile news anchors and politicians. 

Now, it seems many leading professors who have served the CCP all their lives cannot escape the virus either.

Da Ji Yuan reported that philosophy professor and CCP member He Zikun of Sun Yat-sen University passed away on December 26. 

In China, CCP considers Marxist-Leninist philosophy as the theoretical basis and guideline for its actions.

Therefore, philosophy professors in China are mostly loyal disciples and “messengers” of the CCP in its mission of propagating the atheist philosophy, which worships struggle.

Gu Yuanqing, another professor who served the CCP on the propaganda mission, also passed away on December 27. Gu is a professor at the School of Journalism and Cultural Communication of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law.

Gu Yuanqing once served as a director of the Hubei Writers Association, an honorary vice-chairman of the Chinese New Literature Society, and a vice-chairman of the International Yanhuang Literature Research Association.

Liu Yinglu, a CCP member and professor of Chinese at the College of Liberal Arts of Jilin University and a famous linguist, died on December 26.

Li Qingzhong, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, also passed away on December 26 at 92. 

After graduating from Tsinghua University, Li wrote a letter to his superiors saying that he absolutely followed CCP’s assignment.

Li Qingjun, a CCP member and former dean of the Department of Ecology and Environment of Yunnan University, died on December 1 at 57.

The CCP media did not disclose the specific cause of these professors’ deaths. However, netizens believe that these deaths are all related to COVID-19.

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