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  1. Topic6-Propaganda of China ?Speeches, Posters, Pamphlets etc Group 5_1o4

  2. A introduction of the great leaderof the people’s republic of china. Mao zedong- A chinese revolutionary, political theorist and communist leader. He was the leader of Communist Party of China. Mao zedong started a cultural revolution during 1966.

  3. Cultural Revolution During the Cultural Revolution, PRC propaganda was crucial to the formation and promotion of the cult of personality centered around Chairman Mao Zedong, as well as mobilizing popular participation in national campaigns. Past propaganda also encouraged the Chinese people to emulate government approved model workers and soldiers, such as Lei Feng, Chinese Civil War hero Dong Cunrui, Korean War hero Yang Gensi, and Dr. Norman Bethune, a Canadian doctor who assisted the Communist Eighth Route Army during the Second Sino-Japanese War. It also praised Third World revolutionaries and close foreign allies such as Albania and North Korea while vilifying both the American "imperialists" and the Soviet "revisionists" (the latter of whom was seen as having betrayed Marxism-Leninism). Cultural Revolution is used to purge capitalist thought from the country. The Korea war hero Huang Jiguang Lei Feng, And learning leifeng poster

  4. Propaganda In China *Aspects of propaganda can be traced back to the earliest period of Chinese history, but propaganda has been most effective in the twentieth century owing to mass media and an authoritarian government. * Mao-era China is known for its constant use of mass campaigns to legitimize the state and the policies of leaders.

  5. The Propaganda in the People's Republic of China. How does the propaganda system in China works? The goverment of each province in China will give the speeches to leaders of the villages, factories…… The leaders of each village or factory will then pass down the massages to each of the workers or people in the village by giving out posters speeches or pamphlets.

  6. Chinese Propagandists used every possible means of communication available in China after 1949,including electronic media such as: *Film and television, educational curriculum and research Print media such as: Newspapers and posters, cultural arts such as plays and music, oral media such as memorizing Mao quotes, as well as thought reform and political study classes.

  7. Propaganda at post Mao-era *Following the death of Mao in 1976, propaganda was used to blacken the character of the Gang of Four, which was blamed for the excesses of the Cultural Revolution. During the era of economic reform and modernization that was initiated by Deng Xiaoping, propaganda promoting "socialism with Chinese characteristics" was distributed. The events of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 were an indication to many elders in the CCP that liberalization in the propaganda sector had gone too far, and that the Party must re-establish its control over ideology and the propaganda system Gang of 4

  8. Famous propaganda works Novel "Red Crag" (红岩), a famous 1961 Chinese novel featuring underground communist agents fighting an espionage battle against the Kuomintang. Sculpture Rent Collection Courtyard (收租院), a 1965 sculpture depicting former landlord Liu Wencai as an evil landlord collecting rent from poor, although this depiction has been disputed by modern accounts. Films and Plays Battle on Shangganling Mountain, a 1956 Chinese war film also known as Shangganling Battle (Chinese:上甘岭战役), depicting the Battle of Triangle Hill during the Korean War. The Eight model plays (八个样板戏), revolutionary themed operas and ballets, were the only ones allowed to be performed during the Cultural Revolution.[38]

  9. Hwa Chong Institution Secondary One Language Arts Home-Based Learning: 24 Jan 2011 Name: linzhicheng(11) Class: 1ortus4 Group/Topic:group 5/topic 6 Hwa Chong Institution Secondary One Language Arts Home-Based Learning: 24 Jan 2011 Name: linzhicheng Class: 1ortus4 Group/Topic:group 5/topic 6

  10. Hwa Chong Institution Secondary One Language Arts Home-Based Learning: 24 Jan 2011 Name: chua ziheng() Class: 1ortus4 Group/Topic:group 5/topic 6

  11. Hwa Chong Institution Secondary One Language Arts Home-Based Learning: 24 Jan 2011 Name: TanJiongHan Class:1O4 Group/Topic:5/Propaganda of China – Speeches, Posters, Pamphlets etc.

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