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Red land, Yellow River : a story from the Cultural Revolution —Zhang, Ange.

An autobiographical account of a teenage boy growing up in China during Mao's Cultural Revolution.

Red kite, blue kite —Jiang, Ji-li

When Tai Shan and his father, Baba, are separated during China's Cultural Revolution, they are able to stay close by greeting one another every day with flying kites until Baba, like the kites, is free. Includes historic...

The Chinese Cultural Revolution —Pietrusza, David, 1949-

Describes the events surrounding the Maoist revolution in China.

Hard like water : a novel —Yan, Lianke, 1958- author.

"Returning to his village invigorated by success in the army, Gao Aijun sees the beautiful Xia Hongmei walking barefoot alongside the railway track in the warm afternoon sun, and is instantly smitten. Hiding their relati...

In the intense now

Made following the discovery of amateur footage shot in China in 1966 during the first and most radical stage of the Cultural Revolution, In The Intense Now speaks to the fleeting nature of moments of great intensity. Sc...

干校六记 Gan xiao liu ji —杨绛, 1911-2016, author. —Yang, Jiang, 1911-2016, author.

A memoir of Yang Jiang (1911–2016), a Chinese author, translator and playwright. Originally published in 1981, this is Yang's most famous book, which reveals her life stories during China's Cultural Revolution. At...

The world turned upside down : a history of the Chinese Cultural Revolution —Yang, Jisheng, 1940-

"As a major political event and a crucial turning point in the history of the People's Republic of China, the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) marked the zenith as well as the nadir of Mao Zedong's ultra...

Balzac and the little Chinese seamstress —Dai, Sijie, 1954-

At the height of Mao's infamous Cultural Revolution, two boys are among hundreds of thousands exiled to the countryside for "re-education." The narrator and his best friend, Luo, guilty of being the sons of doctors, find...

Swimming to freedom : my escape from China and the Cultural Revolution : an untold story —Wong, Kent (Anesthesiologist), author.

A Chinese expatriate tells his story of escaping the hardship and repression of Mao's Cultural Revolution by joining the dissident underground, swimming miles across open water to Hong Kong, and eventually moving to the ...

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