Along the Yellow River. Paperback book
published by Foreign Languages Press Peking 1975. (This album is made
based on pictures and texts which appeared in China Pictorial between
June 1973 and May 1974, with some editorial changes.) Text is in
Huayuankou, a town to the north of
Chengchow. Here in 1938, Kuomintang troops blew up the Yellow River
dyke on orders from Chiang Kai-shek, causing serious flooding. Now
it takes on a completely new look.
Detachment of Women – A Modern Revolutionary Ballet: Revised
collectively by the China Ballet Troupe (May 1970 script). Hardcover
book published by the Foreign Lanuages Press Peking 1972, 169 pages
with black and white and colour photographs. Text is in English.
tyrant of the South Despotic landlord, commander of
counter-revolutionary “civil guards”
Szu The Tyrant's bailiff, head of the “civil guards”
Soviet Siberia by E. Klenov and G.
Paderin. Hardcover book with pictorial boards (no dust jacket)
published by Progress Publishers Moscow 1970, unpaginated with colour
and black and white photographs.
Siberia today is a scientific and
cultural centre of international importance. Numerous foreign
delegations come, and international youth meetings, scientific and
cultural conferences have become a firm tradition.
New China. Hardcover book published by
Foreign Languages Press 1953, unpaginated with black and white
photographs. All text is in English.
Vast deserts take up much of China’s
Northwest. Now the challenge “Transform the deserts into oases”
is beginning to fire the imagination of the youth. The sons and
daughters of new China, who are already curbing the great rivers are
determined to conquer the deserts too.
Beautiful Kweilin. Paperback book
published by Foreign Languages Press Peking 1978. All text is in
Lung Yin Yen (Dragon Refuge Crag) with
its numerous carvings is also called “Tablet Forest.” Those on
the ceilings, known as “celectial carvings,” involved gigantic
effort. There are 2,000 cliff sculptures and carvings in Kweilin,
all of inestimable value to research into China’s ancient history.
Taichai: Standard Bearer in China's Agriculture. Paperback booklet published by Foreign Languages Press 1972, 29 pages. All text is in English.
The old Tachai was a rocky hilly area with poor soil and unruly waters. After agricultural co-operation was initiated in 1953, the Tachai Party branch determined to lead the peasants in remaking nature, for which purpose a ten-year plan was worked out in accordance with the peasants opinions.
The Party branch makes a point of educating the peasants in Mao Tsetung Thought. Chen Yung-kuei and the commune members discussing at the fields what they gain from the study of Chairman Mao's philosophic concepts.