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Full Record: x-ccs0001/CCS0001

无产阶级文化大革命万岁

Wúchǎnjiējí wénhuà dà gémìng wànsuì

Long Live the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

This is the title piece of the set and the name of the producer is embedded in the front wall of the Tiananmen Rostrum. It reads: Paper Cuts by the East Is Red Arts and Crafts Factory, Foshan, Guangdong. The name of the institution was used temporarily from 1971-1973 and then it was switched back to The Folk Art Research Society of Foshan, founded in 1956. The set of paper cuts was produced by a group of artists of the Society.

Full Record: x-ccs0006/CCS0006

毛主席检阅文化革命大军

Máo zhǔxí jiǎnyuè wénhuà gémìng dàjūn

Chairman Mao Reviewing the Army of the Cultural Revolution

The first rally of Red Guards and students took place on August 18, 1966 and the eighth rally on November 26, 1966. An estimated 12 million students from all over China went to Beijing to see Chairman Mao.

Full Record: x-ccs0013/CCS0013

毛主席是我们心中最红最红的红太阳

Máo zhǔxí shì wǒmen xīn zhōng zuì hóng zuì hóng de hóng tàiyáng

Chairman Mao is the Reddest Sun in Our Hearts

Full Record: x-ccs0014/CCS0014

我国无产阶级文化大革命震撼全世界

Wǒguó wúchǎnjiējí wénhuàdàgémìng zhènhàn quán shìjiè

The Proletarian Cultural Revolution in Our Country Is Shaking the Whole World

Full Record: x-ccs0015/CCS0015

毛泽东思想普照全球

Máo Zédōng sīxiǎng pǔzhào quánqiú

Chairman Mao Thoughts Shine over the Whole Globe

Full Record: x-ccs0002/CCS0002

无产阶级文化大革命的开端

Wúchǎnjiējí wénhuà dà gémìng de kāiduān

The Inception of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

1964

Jiang Qing’s leading role in producing proletarian revolutionary performing arts (1964-1967) is acknowledge and artistic efforts in transforming performing arts are identified as the inception of the Cultural Revolution. The figures surrounding the central figure-Jiang Qing- are mostly characters from the model Peking operas and ballets. The two figures on the far left side represent famous cultural products in the Yan’an period, suggesting continuity between the two periods in terms of creating proletarian culture. The female peasant and male factory worker on each side of the top corner and the old Uygur man in the lower left corner represent the CCP’s policy of cultural representation that centers on workers, peasants, women and ethnic minority.

Full Record: x-ccs0011/CCS0011

拥军爱民

Yōng jūn ài mín

Support the Army and Cherish the People

April-May 1967

Full Record: x-ccs0005/CCS0005

欢呼八届十一中全会公报

Huānhū bājiè shíyī zhōngquánhuì gōngbào

Hail the Communiqué of the Eleventh Plenum of the Eighth Congress

August 12, 1966

Full Record: x-ccs0009/CCS0009

一月革命

Yī yuè gémìng

The January Revolution in Shanghai

January 1967

Full Record: x-ccs0010/CCS0010

抓革命促生产

Zhuā gémìng cù shēngchǎn

Grasp Revolution, Promote Production

January –February 1967

Full Record: x-ccs0012/CCS0012

毛主席视察各地文化大革命

Máo zhǔxí shìchá gèdì wénhuàdàgémìng

Chairman Mao Inspects the Cultural Revolution in Various Locations

July-Sept. 1967

Full Record: x-ccs0007/CCS0007

破四旧

Pò sì jiù

Eliminating the “Four Olds”

late August 1966

“Destroying the four olds”, that is, the old ideas, old culture, old customs, and old habits of the exploiting classes, was a call issued by Lin Biao on August 18, 1966 when he accompanied Mao on the Tiananmen Rostrum at the first students rally. The characters on the flag with Mao’s image read, “Rebellion is justified.”

Full Record: x-ccs0008/CCS0008

革命大串联

Gémìng dà chuànlián

The Great Exchange of Revolutionary Experiences

Late summer to the end of 1966

Full Record: x-ccs0004/CCS0004

第一张马克思主义大字报

Dì yīzhāng mǎkèsī zhǔyì dàzìbào

The First Marxist-Leninist Big-Character Poster

May - June 1966

Full Record: x-ccs0003/CCS0003

无产阶级文化大革命的号角吹响了

Wúchǎnjiējí wénhuà dà gémìng de hàojiǎ chuīxiǎng le

A Bugle Call for the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

Nov. 1965-May 1966

The scroll held by the raised hand represents Yao Wenyuan’s article “On the New Historical Play Hai Rui Dismissed from Office”, published on November 10, 1965. Three figures in the left corner are three officials of the Beijing Municipal Government, Deng Tuo, Wu Han, and Liao Mosha who were contributors to the column “The Village of Three Families” in the official journal The Front Line. The column was openly criticized in May 1966, an event represented by the large piercing pen in this image.