facebook Chairman Mao I am a fierce leader that never gives up under any circumstances. As Chairman of the People’s Republic of China and Chairman of the Communist Party, I have many plans to make China a successful country. There will be many social, economic and political changes that will change China forever!. 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 China Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Friends Lei Feng Dr. Li Zhisui Richard Nixon Jiang Qing Chairman Mao I have a 10 year plan for China and it is called the Cultural Revolution. I plan to rid China of anti-Communist influences. Schools will be shut down and four olds will be eliminated from society. I will have high school students and college students become Red Guards. May 1966 President Richard Nixon I t raveled to Beijing to meet with Chairman Mao. The relations between our countries needs to be normalized. It is a historical moment because it is the first time a US President has visited the People’s Republic of China. February 21, 1972 Chiang Kai-Shek Mao Ze-dong and the Red Army have overthrown me and seized power of mainland China . Their army is too strong and I must leave. I will go to Taiwan and set up a new government there. December 10, 1949 Chairman Mao Finally, my book of quotations is complete for my followers to read.. There are many quotes and writings for them to live by. The Little Red Book will be printed in small sizes so it can be easily carried, especially by Red Guards. January 1964 Chairman Mao I have developed a 5 year plan for economic growth called The Great Leap Forward. There are many unproven ideas in this plan, but I am confident they will work.. China’s industrial capacity needs to be modernized and agriculture production increased. I plan to collectivize farms. January 15, 1958 Chairman Mao I have officially proclaimed the People’s Republic of China. I have fought a civil war for over 20 years. What a great moment this is! I am very happy and have many changes to make. One of the first things I will change is how land is owned. It will be redistributed from landlords and wealthier peasants to poorer peasants. October 1,1949 Lin Biao
facebook Chairman Mao I am in the middle of the Cultural Revolution. Thin Face is a loyal and trusted Red Guard who follows orders. Teacher Zhang is very helpful recruiting educable students. I am confident in his ability to do his job well. Ji-li is very courageous to ask for her father’s release. It is unfortunate about her family’s past. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share : Teacher Zhang The student Ji-li has agreed to work on the Class Education Exhibit. She is a smart girl. You will be pleased with her work. June 22, 1966 Thin Face Chairman Mao, we found the incriminating letter hidden in the bottom of a cat’s litter box. The young girl, Ji-li, was not helpful at all. She stands by her family. She is no longer educable and must be punished. July 8, 1966 Teacher Zhang I have suggested a student to work on the Class Education Exhibit. Her name is Ji-li. Her grandfather was a landlord, but she is an educable child. She can overcome her family background. I will let you know what she decides to do. April 5, 1966 Ji-li Jiang Great Leader Chairman Mao, I write to ask for my father’s release. I have never met you, but I have great respect for you. I was hopeful when my father came home the other day after charges against him were cleared. He only came home to get clothes. He is a good man. Please let him go. May 14, 1966
facebook Chairman Mao Here is some information about myself that you will find interesting. I have many more quotes that you can read in The Little Red Book. The best way to contact me is by using my e-mail address below. 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: Chinese Communist Party Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Birthday: December 26, 1893 Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China. Political Views: Communism/Maoism, Peasants should be the center of the Chinese Revolution, Chinese traditional culture should be overturned, Centralization of authority is important Profession: Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party, Chairman of the People’s Republic of China Interests/Influences: Reading, Writing, Poetry, Taking Walks, Swimming in the Yangtze River Enemies : Chiang Kai-shek (Chairman of Nationalist Party) who fled to Taiwan after being forced out of China, Chinese Nationalist Party, Liu Shaoqi (Chairman of People’s Republic of China) who became Chairman Mao’s enemy in late 1960’s when he gained influence within the Communist Party and Chairman Mao didn’t like it. Favorite Quote: “In time of difficulties, we must not lose sight of our achievements. “ Favorite Quote from Friends: “ One word from Chairman Mao is worth ten thousand from others. His every statement is truth. We must carry out those we that understand as well as those we don’t.” (Lin Biao) Contact Information Address: Zhongnanhai Palace, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China Phone Number: 010-7382-9516 Email: [email_address]
facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Wall Info Photos Boxes Photos of Mao 4-6 Photos Reading and writing are important to me. I read and write in my Study a lot. I like to swim and this picture was taken when I was swimming in the Yangtze River. Several bodyguards were with me. This is the day I declared The People’s Republic of China. It was a great moment for me! Chairman Mao Here are some of my favorite photos. One of my proudest moments was declaring the People’s Republic of China in 1949. One of my favorite photos is with my son, Anying. I swam in the Yangtze River on July 16, 1966 when I was 72 years old. I wanted to prove that I was still a strong leader! This picture was taken of me in 1949 with my fourth wife, Jiang Qing. Many called her ‘Madame Mao’. I am very proud of what the Cultural Revolution has accomplished. It is important to eliminate four-olds once and for all! This is a picture of me and my son, Anying, in 1949. He was killed in action during the Korean War.