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Raise high Chairman Mao's great flag and advance courageously.  Gao ju Mao Zhuxi de weida qizhi fengyong qianjin

Raise high Chairman Mao's great flag and advance courageously. Gao ju Mao Zhuxi de weida qizhi fengyong qianjin

Designer: Chen Jiahua (陈家骅)  1997, January        On 1 July 1997 Hong Kong becomes part of China again, after having been a British colony. The boy holds a flag with Hong Kong's emblem, the bauhinia flower.

Designer: Chen Jiahua (陈家骅) 1997, January On 1 July 1997 Hong Kong becomes part of China again, after having been a British colony. The boy holds a flag with Hong Kong's emblem, the bauhinia flower.

All nationalities of our nation have already united into a great family of independent and equal nationalities (1955)

All nationalities of our nation have already united into a great family of independent and equal nationalities (1955)

Hold high the red flag of Mao Zedong thought and advance courageously.  Gao ju Mao Ze Dong sixiang de hongqi fenyong qianjing.

Hold high the red flag of Mao Zedong thought and advance courageously. Gao ju Mao Ze Dong sixiang de hongqi fenyong qianjing.

Children Rejoice under Mao Zedong Love and citizenship in china. Mao Zedong (Tse-tung) and The People in Power Drawing from 1975. Liberation

Children Rejoice under Mao Zedong Love and citizenship in china. Mao Zedong (Tse-tung) and The People in Power Drawing from 1975. Liberation

Designer: Zhang Anpu - 张安朴  1984, March  Books are a window on knowledge - Young friends, enthusiastically love books

Designer: Zhang Anpu - 张安朴 1984, March Books are a window on knowledge - Young friends, enthusiastically love books

"Mountain village medical station," 1975   In 1965, Mao Zedong stressed the importance of improving the state of health in the countryside. He argued that the urbanites, who constituted only 15% of the population, were the main beneficiaries of the existing system of health care, whereas the large peasant population had no access to medical services or medicine. It was decided that one-third of the medical workers and administrators from the cities should start working in the rural areas.

"Mountain village medical station," 1975 In 1965, Mao Zedong stressed the importance of improving the state of health in the countryside. He argued that the urbanites, who constituted only 15% of the population, were the main beneficiaries of the existing system of health care, whereas the large peasant population had no access to medical services or medicine. It was decided that one-third of the medical workers and administrators from the cities should start working in the rural areas.

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