China's first Cultural Revolution Museum brought about by former party official and victim of Cultural Revolution in Shantou of Guangdong

Cultural Revolution,Museum

Former official and Cultural Revolution survivor Peng Qi An brings about China's first Cultural Revolution Museum in Chenghai of Shantou city in Guangdong dedicated to commemorating its millions vicitims of China. Lang term aim of Peng Qian is to transform the Cultural Revolution Museum in Tayuan Garden to a patriotic education base.... Read More

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Cultural Revolution

Cultural Revolution - Power struggles and violence

On August 8, 1966, the Central Committee of the CPC passed its "'Decision Concerning the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution' (also known as 'the 16 Points'). This decision defined the GPCR as 'a great revolution that touches people to their very souls and constitutes a new stage in the development of the socialist revolution in our country, a deeper and more extensive stage'. Read More

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Cultural Revolution - Personality cult of Mao

During the Cultural Revolution, Mao's already glorified image manifested into a personality cult that influenced every aspect of Chinese life. Mao was regarded as a God-like figure Read More

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Cultural Revolution - Great Link-up and Destruction of Four Olds

大串联 - the right to 'link up', meaning for students to cut class and travel across the country to meet other young activists and propagate Mao Zedong Thought. 大串联 ('dà chuànlián') was a movement from late 1966 to early 1967. Read More

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Cultural Revolution - Red Guards

Red Guards were a mass movement of civilians, mostly students and other young people in the People's Republic of China (PRC), who were mobilized by Mao Zedong in 1966 and 1967, during the Cultural Revolution. Read More

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Slogans: a Sign of New China's History

As time has passed, many slogans have witnessed the ups and downs of history. The CCP has always seen propaganda as of great importance, and the slogan (kouhao) is one method o Read More

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Cultural Revolution - Events

The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (Chinese:无产阶级文化大革命) or simply the Cultural Revolution (文革) was a violent mass movement in the People’s Republic of China that started in 1966 and officially ended in 1976. Read More

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