1970s|Chairman of the Government – Mao Zedong
Premier – Zhou Enlai
July 27 – The Korean War ends: United Nations Command (Korea) (United States), People's Republic of China, North Korea sign an armistice agreement.
September 5 – The United Nations rejects the Soviet Union's suggestion to accept the People's Republic of China as a member.
July 8 - Zhou Long, Pulitzer-prize-winning Chinese American composer
April 4 - Chen Yi, Chinese violinist and composer of contemporary classical music
Jing Jing Luo, a Chinese composer
September 17 – Wenxiu, consort of China's last emperor Puyi (born 1909).
September 26 – Xu Beihong, Chinese painter (born 1895)
1953 in China Wikipedia
Events in the year 1953 in the People's Republic of China.