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Mobo Gao talks about his latest book, “Gao Village Revisited”. Audiovisual interview and full written transcript. China Rising Radio Sinoland 210808

NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Mobo Gao and his latest book, “Gao Village Revisted”.   Right here, it takes just a second… Support my many hours of research and articles on CRRS via FundRazr! FundRazr also accepts…

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Dongping Han reviews the book, “Land Wars: The Story of China’s Agrarian Revolution”, by Brian Demare… Rewriting the History of the Land Reform Won’t Change the History. China Rising Radio Sinoland 210420

NOW IN 22 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES. CLICK ON THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER “TRANSLATE” TAB TO FIND YOURS! By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Dongping Han grew up as a child during the Mao Era’s Great Leap Forward, as an adolescent in the Cultural Revolution in a small, rural village in Shandong. He knows what he’s…

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Call commie cabbies for a safe Red Taxi ride. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190925

Pictured above: it’s not just commie cabbies. Seeing communist symbols in taxis, tuktuks and places of business gives everybody in China a sense of trust and comradeship. This is a photo I took in a Beijing tuktuk, presented in The China Trilogy (see below). A Buddhist-like Mao medallion is hanging on the driver’s left. Below…

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Once China got off drugs: the link between opium and ‘liberal strongman’ Macron. Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship series Part 6 of 8

  By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above, the country of China, 1839-1949, personified as this typical 19th century opium addict: emaciated, weak and mentally incoherent. No wonder Western capitalism was able to sodomize the Chinese people, their economy and government for 110 years, by addicting one-fourth of the population to opium (and later morphine), about…

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