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.
Akademgorodok, Zheleznogorsk and Angarsk are brand-new
towns. But the older towns, like
Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Omsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk and Barnaul are now being born
anew. Wide avenues, flanked by modern
Inside a People’s Commune: Report from Chiliying by Chu Li
and Tien Chieh-yun. Paperback book
published by Foreign Languages Press Peking 1974. All text is in English.
First Secretary Tien Hsiu-ching of the Commune Party
Committee (3rd from left) and Secretary Chiu Chi-yu (5th
from left) chat with commune members during a work-break; like all cadres here,
they take part regularly in field labour.
Yen Hung-en (centre), one of the many peasant experts
trained by the commune, gives lessons to young wheat-growers in his specialty,
the improvement of seed strains.
Following the mass line, Liuchiang’s Party Secretary Shih
Lai-ho (centre) consults old peasants, his favourite advisers, on how to raise
cotton yields further.
Tung Tao-jung (1st from left) who toiled for a
landlord’s family from the age of nine before the liberation, is now a deputy
Party secretary of the Chiliying brigade of women’s and public health work.
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
Borchoo (2nd left), one of the first Mongolian
steel workers, is vice-chairman of the revolutionary committee of the steel
plant of the Paotow Iron and Steel Company.
Before liberation he was a herd owner’s slave.