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Confronting Chairman Trump

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

Quackery at the VA: Our veterans deserve real medicine, not fake medicine

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.

First China, next the world: The Chinese government gives a big boost to traditional Chinese medicine, just like Chairman Mao did

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.

Shandong professor fired after his online criticism of Mao Zedong triggers angry protests

4 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

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 › ]

Chinese professor sacked after criticizing Mao online

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.

Family Buys Cadaver Bride For Dead Son, But The Bride Is Still Alive

4 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(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

Chairman Mao on currency goes from sad to joyful

4 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

from sad to happy This works with other currencies, too, but this example is spectacular.

PCWorld founder David Bunnell remembered: The mutiny, the magazines, the Mao suit

6 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

David Bunnell staged the mutiny that started PCWorld—and he once famously wore a Chairman Mao suit to a company meeting. As we mourn Bunnell’s passing on Tuesday night, PCWorld’s launch and the Mao stunt surface most among the editors...Show More Summary

Chinese Consumers Might Horrify Chairman Mao

Many of us are old enough to remember the photographs of the “Chinese masses” all dressed alike, in the style of Chairman Mao. Those days are gone. China is rapidly on its way to becoming a modern consumer society. That’s good news for a multitude of reasons. Consider this line from a [...]

Remembering Chairman Mao Zedong

How is today’s China different from Mao's communist vision?

Australians petition to stop concerts praising Chairman Mao from being held in Sydney and Melbourne

8 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Despite continued reverence from some in the mainland, Chairman Mao isn't remembered quite as fondly by most people outside of the PRC. [ more › ]

Brexit: The View From China

10 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

Chairman Mao would have approved with his trademark perspective: “Look the world is being turned upside down.” Today’s Chinese rulers facing the confusion and uncertainty that has followed the Brexit decision would not take quite such...Show More Summary

Stars shine at Bonhams Post-War and Contemporary Sale

10 months agoArts : Artdaily

Bonhams led the Post-War and Contemporary Art season with its sale at New Bond Street on 29 June. A spectacular Andy Warhol painting of Chairman Mao, said to be the finest version of the subject he ever executed, estimated at £580,000-780,000, sold for £1,070,500. Show More Summary

Signs of the times: Works by Warhol, Banksy and Hirst reflect cultural turmoil

10 months agoArts : Artdaily

Bonhams leads the Post-War and Contemporary Art season with a spectacular Andy Warhol painting of Chairman Mao, estimated at £580,000-780,000, to be offered at New Bond Street on 29 June 2016. In addition to Andy Warhol?s Mao (est £580,000-780,000)...Show More Summary

U2’s Bono Quoted by Local Government Agency as If He Were Gandhi or Buddha or Jesus or Chairman Mao

Tweet Dear SFMTA: Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. (One time, I couldn’t get to any music on my aging iPod Touch except for the latest U2 album, which of course I didn’t ask for. I don’t know why that happened.)

Just Like Us! Clinton Spending at Least $200,000 on Her Hideous Wardrobe

Let’s be honest. It’s not like she’s a looker to begin with, and we suppose the line of Chairman Mao outfits don’t come cheap. Hillary Clinton’s New York primary victory speech in April focused on topics including income inequality, job … Continued

Dance Dance (Cultural) Revolution

11 months agoHumor / odd : Weird Asia News

It was 50 years ago this month that the Great Helmsman,  Chairman Mao Zedong, launched the Cultural Revolution. His efforts to... The post Dance Dance (Cultural) Revolution appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts: China’s Overweight Dance Troupe Fitness Pole Dancing Classes Expensive but Popular Belly Dancing For Men: Why Not?

Cultural Revolution: Rare Warhol painting of Chairman Mao to star at Bonhams

11 months agoArts : Artdaily

Bonhams will lead the Post-War and Contemporary Art season with a spectacular Andy Warhol painting of Chairman Mao, estimated at £580,000-780,000, to be offered at New Bond Street on 29 June. The stunning, densely-textured painting comes fresh to the market having originally been handled by the artist?s legendary dealer Leo Castelli in the 1970s. Show More Summary

Remembering the Cultural Revolution: Mao's Mangoes and Beyond

Wei remembers clearly the first time she tried a mango. She was six years old, from Dalian in north-east China, and just as she bit into the fruit her parents told her that it was the deceased leader Chairman Mao. Confused, she spat it out. Show More Summary

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