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What Was China's Cultural Revolution and Why Was It So Violent? - YouTube

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In 1966, Mao Zedong launched his communist campaign, ending in the deaths of millions. So, what do we know about the Cultural Revolution?


On Cultural Revolution

This year is the 50th annivesary of the Cultural Revolution. Half a century has passed since Mao Zedong launched the catastrophic political movement that led to unaccountable deaths and great losses. 618 more words


Penman No. 200: Memoirs of a Teenage Maoist

Penman for Monday, May 23, 2016

A SMALL item in the foreign news caught my eye last week: a note that the 50th anniversary of China’s Cultural Revolution had gone unnoticed—in China itself, with no parades or ceremonies to mark the historic event. 1,249 more words

Art & Culture

China's Xi calls for Marxism and intellectual loyalty

China’s Communist Party must ensure that philosophy and social science “unequivocally uphold” Marxist principles, President Xi Jinping told a high-level academic seminar, according to state media reports.

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Scraping together some Chinglish

Well, here’s a few:

I honestly don’t get this ad. Is it seriously a reference to the recent anniversary of the tragic Cultural Revolution?

I think this advertisement is celebrating the Cultural Revolution?

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It was the worst of times

IN FEBRUARY 1970 a 16-year-old boy, Zhang Hongbing, denounced his mother to an army officer in his village in Anhui province, in eastern China. He slipped a note under the officer’s door accusing her of criticising the Cultural Revolution and its leader, Mao Zedong. 2,279 more words