History of China # 07 | China’s Cultural Revolution | Usama Ghazi

History of China # 07 | China’s Cultural Revolution | Usama Ghazi

During the era of Mao in new China, hungry people were thrashed for stealing rice. Teachers and the intellectuals were disgraced on the roads and squares. Over 50 million people had died of hunger, disease, and torture. Even people in new China were executed over humiliating the Pakistani mangoes. Whether Mao really was so cruel […]

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When We Die for the People, It Is a Worthy Death/Cuando morimos por el pueblo, es una muerte digna

When We Die for the People, It Is a Worthy Death/Cuando morimos por el pueblo, es una muerte digna

Wherever there is struggle there is sacrifice, And death is a common occurrence. But we have the interests of the people and the sufferings of the great majority at heart, And when we die for the people, it is a worthy death. Wherever there is struggle there is sacrifice, And death is a common occurrence. […]

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Atop the Golden Mountain in Beijing/Encima de la montaña dorada en Pekín [Subtitles/Subtítulos]

Atop the Golden Mountain in Beijing/Encima de la montaña dorada en Pekín [Subtitles/Subtítulos]

Atop the golden mountain in Beijing, rays of light shine in all directions. Chairman Mao is just that golden sun. So warm, so kind, He illuminates the hearts of us serfs, As we march On the socialist path to happiness. Thank you!

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Maitreya Rael calls for a cultural and religious decolonization in Africa

Maitreya Rael calls for a cultural and religious decolonization in Africa

Rael calls for a cultural decolonization in Kama (Africa) Comments during the Happiness Academy in Burkina Faso, August 70 aH (2015) The Messages of the Elohim are revolutionary with a circumflex accent, eh? Dream (in French rev… rêv)… olutionaries. This is the dream and the revolution at the same time. This is very important! And, […]

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Keep Calm and Break a Lot of Eggs | The Life & Times of Mao Zedong

Keep Calm and Break a Lot of Eggs | The Life & Times of Mao Zedong

WARNING: The following video is about a guy who lived in the 20th century. It features ideas and issues that are largely still relevant today. If politics make you uncomfortable, you are prone to starting flame wars in the comments, or you are a resident of the PRC — oh, that’s right, China doesn’t have […]

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China – from Cartier to Confucius – VPRO documentary – 2012

China – from Cartier to Confucius – VPRO documentary – 2012

The question is: Will Chinese society ever really be the same as western society? How, from an agricultural society, can we become… …a modern industrial country? Or a super power, even? Generations of Chinese thinkers have pondered this question. Things are very different now. It used to be about family ties. But now we have […]

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Newly Cast Terra Cotta Warriors Look to More Peaceful Future

bjbjLULU JEFFREY BROWN: And to the story of an artist who uses the past to create an archaeological dig of the future. NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels explains. SPENCER MICHELS: Half-a-mile from California’s state capitol, in a storefront studio in Sacramento, a 52-year old artist from China has replicated 2,200-year-old-warriors discovered in an ancient tomb. Gong […]

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Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

– Good afternoon, welcome. Thank you for joining us. My name is Michael Szonyi, I am the director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies here at Harvard University and I’m going to serve as the moderator of today’s panel which celebrates the opening of the Fairbank Center’s world debut exhibition of Dazibao and Woodcuts […]

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Little Ping Pong Ball/Pequeña pelota de ping-pong [Subtitles/Subtítulos]

Little Ping Pong Ball/Pequeña pelota de ping-pong [Subtitles/Subtítulos]

Ping ping pong pong ping ping pong, The rectangular ping-pong table is like a battlefield. Attack! Defense! The little ping-pong ball shines like silver. With close unity and friendship, we promote the revolutionary work-style. Why do we play ping-pong? Here is the sound answer from the Little Red Soldiers: To build up our health for […]

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Keep Calm and Break a Lot of Eggs | The Life & Times of Mao Zedong

WARNING: The following video is about a guy who lived in the 20th century. It features ideas and issues that are largely still relevant today. If politics make you uncomfortable, you are prone to starting flame wars in the comments, or you are a resident of the PRC — oh, that’s right, China doesn’t have […]

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