Informative Propaganda

This set of documents includes examples of propaganda materials produced by the CCP or the PRC government after 1949. They include examples from the final years of the Cultural Revolution up until the first decade of Opening Up and Reform under Deng Xiaoping in the 1980s.

China at a Glance: Tibet Today (A brochure on Tibet produced in May, 1984)

Taking the general Chinese populace as its target audience, this informational brochure on the Tibetan Autonomous Region, 西藏自治区/西藏自治區, serves as an or
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A Brief History of the Proletariat Cultural Revolution Line Struggle in the Tibetan Region (May, 1966 to March, 1969)

This document was produced by a small group of editors of line struggle history for the “Red Revolt Journal” in March, 1969, during the Cu
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Chairman Mao will always live in our hearts

The first edition of this photo album was published in remembrance of chairman Mao in May, 1977, the year after chairman Mao’s death, by the Peo
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Little Danzhu’s Red Scarf

Published in 1963, this children’s book tells the tale of a Tibetan child who stands up against Tibetan men that would oppress him for seeking to educ
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The New Students of the Tibetan People

Published in February of 1960 by the Ethnic Publishing House, 民族出版社, is a short book meant to be a photo album commemorating the founding of the Tibet
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The PLA unites with “ethnic groups” on China’s Northwest Border

The poster showers two soldiers and an officer of the People’s Liberation Army, who appear to be Chinese, on horseback alongside members of a lo
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Propaganda booklet: Slavery is never to be practiced again in Liangshan, Sichuan Minzu Press

This booklet denounces the system of slavery inherent in traditional Yi society that the Chinese Communist Party broke up and aims to never let be rev
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