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The Saturday Profile A Student Leader in Mao's Cultural Revolution Confronts His Demons Gilles Sabrie for The New York Times Chen Xiaolu, a former Red Guard and the youngest son of civil war and Sino-Japanese war hero Marshal Chen Yi, at his home in
Plug "Ping Fu" and "liar" into Google these days and the combo yields more than 6,300 hits. (See, also, "big fat liar," "lie-fabricating machine," etc.) But it wasn't always that way. A child of China's Cultural Revolution, Fu arrived in the U.S.
I've had three lives' BBC News Nobel Literature Laureate Gao Xingjian: "Art and literature need to break free from politics" Nobel Literature Laureate Gao Xingjian may be nearing his 74th birthday, but retirement could not be further from his mind. "
Photo / AP Xi Jinping, the stockily built, 60-year-old leader of the last major nation on earth ruled by a Communist Party, has had a good week. A major meeting of China's leadership bolstered his authority one year after he took command. Although
All eyes are on the upcoming 3rd Plenum of the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC). Slated to take place between Nov. 9 to 12 in Beijing this is often a platform in which Chinese officials announce crucial reforms...Bill Bishop: A Plenum is a meeting
David Austin Walsh David Austin Walsh is the editor of the History News Network...New York University professor Rebecca Karl has a bone to pick with the Hunan People's Press. The regional Chinese publisher optioned her 2010 book Mao Zedong and China
A silkscreen from Andy Warhol's famous Mao series The movie about the early years of "The Great Helmsman" has a $4.9 million budget and will be screened as part of celebrations marking the 120th anniversary of the leader's birth in December. Mao
More than $2.5bn (£1.6bn) is being spent on events to mark the 120th anniversary of the birth of Mao Zedong, to the fury of many Chinese citizens. The money is being directed towards Mao's birthplace of Shaoshan, where a tourist information centre
A Chinese family is seeking a former Jewish refugee in Shanghai to return 2,000 of his books they kept safe for 70 years, media reports said Thursday. Shanghai was home to tens of thousands of Jewish refugees who fled Nazi persecution in Europe from
But with the approach of celebrations of the 120th anniversary Mao's birth on Dec...They deny that tens of millions died in the famine it was at most a few million, some of them say and they accuse scholars who support higher estimates of fanning