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The Cultural Revolution’s solving of the urban-rural divide-Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship series, Part 5 of 8

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: All US presidents are members of a very exclusive club, privilege, sycophancy, and fame writ large, but also, unpunished Nuremberg class criminals who should be hung for nonstop genocide, expropriation and exploitation. You can start with George Washington. Crosslinked with: The Greanville Post is the best anti-imperial website, bar…

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Mao’s legacy defended, and famous swim decoded, for clueless academics-Part 4 of 8 of Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: A picture released by the Chinese official news agency shows some 5,000 Chinese following Chairman Mao Zedong’s example swimming 16 July 1966, in the Yangtze river, near Wuhan, displaying floating portraits of the Great Helmsman and slogans calling for him to live a “10,000 year” life. Crosslinked with: The…

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Our neighbors roared when Russia scored. Dead silence when Croatia hit the net. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180710

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: I know, you’re asking, “What does a statue of Charles de Gaulle have to do with Russia, Croatia and the World Cup”? There IS a connection. Read on… Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), YouTube video, as well as being syndicated on iTunes, Stitcher Radio,…

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In China anything is possible. The sky is the limit. Be all that you can be. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180627

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: my daughter, Chara Brown, appearing on a hugely popular national TV show in China. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), YouTube video, as well as being syndicated on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, RUvid and Ivoox (links below), y family and I lived in China 1990-1997 and…

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100,000+ Chinese going to the World Cup in Russia, with no team to cheer for. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180622

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: inconsolable Chinese football fans, who, in spite of not having a national team to root for, are going to the World Cup in Russia by the tens of thousands. The traditional Chinese drums say, China Power. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as…

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Psst… Don’t tell anyone, but China has the world’s biggest economy. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180612

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: this graph clearly shows that China’s economy surpassed the US in 2014. Other sources say 2013-2015. Either way, the trends are not going to change. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below),    …

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Tall Tiananmen tales and the little red pill – two China Rising Radio Sinoland classics for this June 4th 180604

    Above: Neo taking the red pill of truth in “The Matrix”. Count me in. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): s a service to China Rising Radio Sinoland fans around the world, herewith is a reprint of…

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Book Review: Russia’s Americans, by Deena Stryker. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180603

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Ms. Deena Stryker and her latest book, Russia’s Americans.   Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below),     his is the third book I’ve read, written by Ms. Deena Stryker. The others are…

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Daring to go beyond Western propaganda on the Great Leap Forward’s famine: New China Scholarship series, by Ramin Mazaheri, Part 2 of 8

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Western circulated photo of “Chinese famine”. Images don’t lie, they say, but erasing context does—an old Western technique. As explained by  Wikipedia, rarely an impartial source, The Great Chinese Famine (1959—1961) “was caused by social pressure, economic mismanagement, and radical changes in agriculture in addition to weather conditions and…

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