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CHINA RECONSTRUCTS (62 issues).  1955-1971, edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People’s Republic of China. Small Quarto (23×30 cm)

CHINA RECONSTRUCTS (62 issues). 1955-1971, edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People’s Republic of China. Small Quarto (23×30 cm)

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CHINA RECONSTRUCTS (62 issues). 1955-1971, edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People’s Republic of China. Small Quarto (23×30 cm)

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CHINA RECONSTRUCTS (62 issues). Beijing: China periodical, 1955-1971, edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People's Republic of China. Small folio (23×30 cm), each issue approx. 52 pages; original pictorial colored wrappers. All issues are English language texts.

China Reconstructs is a monthly magazine published in English, French, Spanish, Arabic and Russian by the China Welfare Institute (Soong Ching Ling, Chairman) to present a positive image of China to the outside world. These interesting magazines are filled with articles on a huge range of subjects: Eternal Glory to the Great Leader and Teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung; Four Young Woodcut Artists; Is Selling Vegetables Revolutionary Work?; Socialist Drama; A Model for Revolutionary Peking Opera; The Red lantern; Workers Armed with Mao Tsetung's Thought Are Most Resourceful; During the Great Leap Forward period, articles about great progress in Agriculture; Industrial, Education was published in No. 4, 1959. Some Chinese Folk Toys; Festival Lanterns; Color Pictorial: Chairman Mao's Hometown-Shaoshan; Painted Pottery of Neolithic China; a study in Chinese Literature-Lu Xun; Tsou Tao-fen, Patriotic Intellectual; Selected Works of Mao Tsetung; On the Long March with Chairman Mao; Communist Heroine Liu Hu-lan; Health Work Develops in Tibet; Commemorating the Centenary of the Birth of the Great Lenin; a Soldier-Sculptor; People of the World, Unite and Defeat the U.S. Aggressors and All Their Running Dogs; Heroic Images of Our Great Era; 1500 Red Hearts United in Battle; The Bright Sunshine of Mao Tse-tung's Thought Lights up the Land; Vice Chairman Lin Piao's Speech At the Rally Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Founding of the PRC.; China's First Underground Nuclear Test; The Power of the Good Old Three; The revolution in Education in Progress; Art that Serves Proletarian Politics; When Chairman Mao Gives the Signal, We Advance; Hundreds of Millions of Chairman Mao's Books Published in 1967; World's People Eagerly Seek Chairman Mao Badges; Chinese Scientists Survey World's Highest Peak; New Look in Traditional Arts and Crafts; Peoples of Europe and North America, We Support You!; Painting Pictures of Chairman Mao is Our Greatest Happiness; Chairman Mao's Important Inscription for Japanese Worker Friends; All China is Red; Working and Living with Chinese Peasants; The Great January Revolution in Shanghai; In Memory of Norman Bethune; The First Hydrogen Bomb; One Million People in Peking at Solemn Mass Memorial Funeral for Chairman Mao Tsetung, &c.

《中国建设》杂志,外文大厦编辑,国子书店发行,本组有1955年—1976年的部分期刊,《中国建设》是一本月刊,有英文,法语,西班牙语,阿拉伯语、俄语等语言,由宋庆龄福利基金会出版,旨在向世界展示中国建设的好的方面,包含了多个中国相关主题的文章。

Contents of collection: 1955, No. 12; 1956, No. 1, 5; 1959, No. 4, 11; 1960, No. 12; 1961, No. 3; 1962, No. 7; 1963, No. 7; 1964, No. 3; 1965, No. 3,4,7, 8,9, 11, 12; 1966, No. 1-6, 10; 1967, No. 1-7, 9-12; 1968, No. 1-5, 7-12; 1969, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 12; 1970, No. 1, 4(extra), 6, 8; 1971, No. 3, 4, 8, 10, 12; 1972, No. 3; 1976, No. 11/12


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Title
CHINA RECONSTRUCTS (62 issues). 1955-1971, edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People’s Republic of China. Small Quarto (23×30 cm)
Author
(PERIODICAL - China)
Format/Binding
Original colored pictorial printed wrappers.
Book Condition
Used - Overall very good / near fine
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Paperback
Publisher
edited in Wai Wen Building, distributed by GUOZI SHUDIAN, printed in the People’s Republic of China.
Place of Publication
[Beijing ?]
Date Published
1955-1971,
Pages
each magazine approx. 52 pages;
Size
Small folio,
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0.00 lbs
Keywords
propaganda, magazine, journal, periodical, china, chinese,
Bookseller catalogs
Communist, Socialist, Utopian; China; Political Propaganda;

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