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It’s the Cultural Revolution all over again! Well, kinda-sorta. China Rising Radio Sinoland 190414

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: a revolutionary poster included in Book #3 of The China Trilogy, China Is Communist Dammit. Shown are Shanghai educated youth going to Xinjiang, with Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book in hand, to teach the peasants what they knew, but more importantly, to come back home, changed themselves, forever.  …

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60 Seconds over Sinoland: Shenzhen’s new music-themed Baishilong (White Rock Dragon) Public Park

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: an enormous bronze bust of Ludwig von Beethoven, at the top of the overlook peak in Shenzhen’s newest public venue, Baishilong Music Park, which means White Rock Dragon. f you find China Rising Radio Sinoland‘s work useful and appreciate its quality, please consider making a donation. Money is spent…

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60 Seconds over Sinoland: Sidney Rittenberg is a true hero of journalism, purpose and principle 190102

By Jeff J. Brown                     Pictured above: Sidney Rittenberg is a rare American who worked in the upper echelons of China’s pre- and post-liberation government. Here he is in 1966, with Mao Zedong autographing a copy of The Little Red Book.  Do your friends, family and…

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John Rachel wants you to get $15,000 for voting. Seriously. Find out how on China Rising Radio Sinoland 181019

                                    By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: John Rachel, writer extraordinaire, contemplating the human condition in a Zen Buddhist temple. Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), YouTube video, as well as being syndicated on…

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Reflections on my travels to proud, revolutionary Hunan Province. China Rising Radio Sinoland

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: a larger than life white-lacquered brass statue of Mao Zedong, at the bus station where I arrived in Shaoshan. The caption reads, “Chairman Mao will always be alive in our hearts”, date 2011.3. So true for the vast majority of Chinese people. Patriotic, revolutionary songs were playing over loudspeakers…

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Do you prefer the 1% or The Party? (Or: Why China wins). Ramin Mazaheri’s New China Scholarship Series, Part 7 of 8

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Pres. Xi reviewing honor guard. A highly qualified statesman for our troubled times. Crosslinked with: The Greanville Post is the best anti-imperial website, bar none. Sign up for the free newsletter… https://www.greanvillepost.com/2018/05/14/do-you-prefer-the-1-or-the-party-or-why-china-wins/ The Saker provides the best coverage of all things Russia, bar none. Add it to your favorites… http://thesaker.is/do-you-prefer-the-1-or-the-party-or-why-china-wins/…

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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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Ramin Mazaheri’s questions after his 8-part New China Scholarship series. China Rising Radio Sinoland 180722

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: the colorful and informative New China Scholarship. 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), [dropcap] R [/dropcap]amin Mazaheri is the author of the New China Scholarship series. It was originally…

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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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When Chinese trash saved the world: Western lies about the Cultural Revolution. Part 3 of 8, New China Scholarship, by Ramin Mazaheri

By Jeff J. Brown Pictured above: Mao is genuinely popular and loved by most Chinese, and statues are not uncommon nor regarded as a sign of “cult of personality” adoration, as intimated in the West. Crosslinked with: The Greanville Post is the best anti-imperial website, bar none. Sign up for the free newsletter… https://www.greanvillepost.com/2018/04/13/when-chinese-trash-saved-the-world-western-lies-about-the-cultural-revolution/ The…

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