In the 1950s, Chairman Mao Zedong began the "integration" of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) into real medicine. Last year, the Chinese government passed a bill to promote the sale of TCM products. This. year, we see what that means. The post Lowering the bar for traditional Chinese medicine for ideology and profit appeared first on RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE.
BEIJING — Culture is the soul of the nation, Chinese President Xi Jinping declared in a key speech last month. And like Chairman Mao Zedong before him, Xi believes that Chinese culture must serve socialism and the Communist Party. This week, more than 100 of the nation’s top filmmakers, actors and pop stars were gathered […]
And no one seems to object. The post China’s Xi Jinping assumes the mantle of Chairman Mao appeared first on Hot Air.
Can we trust the rich not to run away with the tax rebates being proposed in next year's budget? What is the government doing to slow illegal immigration? And is Chinese president Xi Jinping the worthy successor of Chairman Mao?
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Communist Party once shunned the rule of law, preferring to rely on what Chairman Mao Zedong called "rule of man" – essentially using the authority of party leaders to govern.
On the eve of the establishment of the PRC, Chairman Mao referred to united front (t?ngy? zhànxiàn ????) work as one of the Party’s “three great fabao” (s?n gè dà f?b?o ?????). So what is a fabao, what did Mao mean by that expression, and where did he get it? Mao's "fabao" is often glossed as […]
"It's a good day. The weather's beautiful and I'm so happy," Yuan Tengfei wrote on Weibo on the 41st anniversary of the death of Chairman Mao. [ more › ]
“Communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy.” -- Chairman Mao It’s only a couple weeks after Charlottesville and the left is hammering away at American history. Alt-left idiots are ordering the removal of Civil War monuments...Show More Summary
According to the Global Times, some Chinese are joking about an American “cultural revolution,” in reference to their own “cultural revolution” where Chairman Mao murdered millions of people. The Global
(August 17, 2017 03:52 PM, by Scott Sumner) Fifty years ago, the Red Guards were rampaging through the streets of Beijing. Chairman Mao issued weird, over-the-top statements about the evils of American capitalism. Free markets were seen as exploitation, as a sort of winner-take-all. Meanwhile, the US was... (0 COMMENTS)
In 1968, Chairman Mao Zedong famously declared that Chinese women ought to “hold up half the sky.” Yet in 2015, the government detained China’s “feminist five” for planning to distribute anti-sexual harassment materials in public. Two years later, Beijing is still nervous about gender activism. In May 2017, Guangzhou police searched the houses of feminists who […]
A remarkable collection of handwritten notes by Chairman Mao, of the utmost rarity on the international market, will be offered for sale for the first time at Sotheby's on 11 July 2017. Dating from 1975, they reveal Mao?s continuingShow More Summary
More than 40 years ago, Mao Zedong reportedly said, “All is chaos under heaven, and the situation is good.” It’s as good a description as any of Donald Trump’s governing strategy. In the 10 days he’s served as president, Trump has demonstrated,...Show More Summary
A reader recounts his tale of being referred for fake medicine at a VA facility. Unfortunately, the VA seems to be papering over its lack of resources in the same way that Chairman Mao did in the 1950s, by "integrating" fake medicine with real medicine.
Everything old is new again in China. Just as Chairman Mao promoted the "integration" of traditional Chinese medicine with "Western" medicine 65 years ago, the Chinese government today is doing the same thing for the same reasons.
After Deng's comments went viral online, Maoists showed up at the university's gates with banners reading, "Whoever opposes Chairman Mao is an enemy of the people." [ more › ]
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese professor has been sacked after he criticized Chairman Mao Zedong on his 123rd birthday in an commentary he posted online that enraged leftists.
(Image Link) There's a strange funereal practice that was outlawed by Chairman Mao back in 1949 but is starting to make a comeback in China- the practice of buying a cadaver bride to be buried with a family's unmarried son. This "ghost...Show More Summary
from sad to happy This works with other currencies, too, but this example is spectacular.