facebook Chairman Mao insert most recent status here Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Birthday: December 26, 1893 Political Affiliation: Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Friends Liu Shaoqi Deng Xiaopeng Lin Biao Jiang Qing Deng Xiaopeng to the Nation of China It is with a heart filled with sorrow, I announce the passing of our Great Chairman Mao. We must continue to fight in his name and give our lives to achieve his goals for our nation. We must remain united against foreign influence, the fourolds and move forward together to make China a great industrial and agricultural nation. September 9, 1976 Chairman Mao My swim in the Yangtze River filled me with strength, and I hope filled my nation with renewed revolutionary spirit. Let this event mark the beginning of a Cultural Revolution, ridding ourselves of old traditions and meaningless values and adopting new principles based upon agricultural and industrial purpose. July, 1966 Liu Shaoqi to Chairman Mao I regret stating that our revered Chairman was in any way responsible for over 20 million perishing as a result of the Great Leap Forward. The famine that followed the move of peasant villagers to industrial plants could not possibly have been foreseen. September 19, 1958 Chairman Mao I traveled to Moscow to meet with Comrade Stalin of the Soviet Union and a treaty of friendship, alliance, and mutual assistance has been signed. January 22, 1950 Chairman Mao I addressed the people of China from a balcony in the forbidden city, proclaiming the birth of the People’s Republic of China. Our great nation of China was united, free, and independent. October 1, 1949 Chairman Mao I led the Hunan peasants to the mountains of the Jiangxi Province, where we formed a guerrilla army. We grew in strength and numbers and called ourselves the Red Army. In three short years, we grew to 200,000 men. October, 1927 .
facebook Chairman Mao insert most recent status here Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share : Ji-li to Chairman Mao I was inspired by your poster urging the people of China to pick up the sickle and head for the fields. Today I spent the entire day planting in the rice fields and I am honored to be able to contribute to our nation’s march towards economic power. June 30, 1968 Xi-Reng to Chairman Mao I condemn foreign radio broadcasts and deserve to be incarcerated for belonging to the bad landlord class. I beg Chairman Mao to intervene and allow me to rejoin my family and strengthen the industrial labor force of our great Republic of China. December 14, 1967 Du Hai to Chairman Mao Beloved Chairman Mao, I trust you more than my family and despise all things foreign. I spend all day correcting my weak classmates who are disgustingly attached to the fourolds. I hope one day to be found worthy to join the Red Guards. January 1, 2000 Ji-li to Chairman Mao I renounced all my fourold possessions and have purged my life of the evil past and I am ready to embrace the four news. Long live Chairman Mao! July 26, 1966
facebook Chairman Mao Personal Information Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information Information Birthday: December 26, 1893 Political Affiliation: Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Birthday: December 26, 1893 Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Political Views: I am strongly influenced by the book “Communist Manifesto” written by Karl Marx and I’ve turned to Marxism. I am against a class hierarchy in society. I believe in a country filled with people who have knowledge about politics, military and common sense. I want the people to accept a new way of life, against the fourolds and against rightists. Profession: Chairman of Chinese Communist Party, Chief of State of new People’s Republic of China, and Chairman of the military commission of the People’s Liberation Army Interests/Influences: Swimming, Reading books like “Class Struggle” and “Communist Manifesto” Enemies : Militarists, party rivals, landlords, U.S., Japan, recently even the Soviet Union Favorite Quote: "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun." Favorite Quote from Friends: "One word from Chairman Mao is worth ten thousand from others.” Contact Information Address: Zhongnanhai , near Forbidden City, Beijing, China Phone Number: 1-800-REDDESTSUN Email: [email_address]
facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Wall Info Photos Boxes Photos of Mao 4-6 Photos Swimming in the Yangtze - 1966 Meeting U.S. President Nixon - 1972 Chairman Mao insert most recent status update here My Favorite Poster of the Great Leap Forward- 1958 Cover of Time, Founding of the People’s Republic of China - 1949 Announcing the Cultural Revolution - 1966 With my Red Guards - 1970