‘The Boat to Redemption’ is a novel by the author Su Tong, who explores grey areas during the time of the Chinese Cultural Revolution of disloyalty, shame and self repression (to list a few). 710 more words
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Simon Leys, writes Dalrymple, did not want courage. Throughout the Cultural Revolution, he
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mocked and excoriated…the Western sympathisers, who were legion, of that dreadful revolt against civilisation.
This spring, a close friend of mine, Chen, went through a few months of therapy in Beijing. A 30-year-old journalist, Chen had the open mind to seek professional help after suffering with anxiety and depression for a long time. 827 more words
The Chinese film “Red Amnesia” shown in Venice is partly a ghost story that may or may not have a ghost, but its portrayal of how the Cultural Revolution left a trail of twisted lives that haunts China today is unambiguous and devastating. 704 more words
The world is realizing, thanks to alternative media, that the NWO is destroying everything in a pattern in every country. Sometimes have been short-sided and think our country is the only one effected by these particular injustices. 275 more words