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March 15, 2007

Little red books

Mao_by_warhol Chairman Mao riding beside Lin Biao in his Red Flag Limousine

Chairman Mao Cufflinks

Mao Beer tap created by Joel Colley for Jim Riswold's Mao Home and Garden opening. (From Alchemi)

A Dozen Little Red Books

New Year Prints (and chubby babies from Stefan Landsberger’s site of Chinese propaganda posters)

Mao on YouTube. Also there, I'm the Wife of Mao Zedong from “Nixon In China”

Satellite photo of the Mao Mausoleum. (Here are some other interesting images of Pudong)

Chairman Mao's locomotive at the China Railway Museum

Test if your website is censored with the Great Firewall of China

Snow and other poems & works by Mao Tse-Tung

Previously-blogged here: Miniature Long March and Chairman Mao tea set

Mao Ketchup Art. (More Speed Painting with Ketchup on YouTube)

Expensive Mao postal stamps

Wang’s Tiny Museum of Mao Memorabilia

This is another post that I am “co-blogging”, this time Dwight D. McWethy from Beijing, webmaster of The East is Red, who provided most of today’s links. (All previous posts archived here.) Thank you, Dwight! If other bloggers are interested to share the forum here on any other topic, please contact me for details.

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Posted by: J Pody at Mar 15, 2007 6:58:44 AM

Mao as kitsch. When you ask most Chinese about this, they mostly just draw a blank. They will diss on the cultural revolution, but Mao is still viewed as something not to be messed with, at least in speech.

Posted by: China Law Blog at Mar 31, 2007 6:42:48 AM