About Bombard the Headquarters

ONE year ago today, at the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee of the Party, our great leader Chairman Mao put up his big-character poster “Bombard the Headquarters,” a poster of great historic significance. This makes that day an important date which will be recorded as a landmark in the history of China’s…

Serve the People

September 8, 1944 Our Communist Party and the Eighth Route and New Fourth Armies led by our Party are battalions of the revolution. These battalions of ours are wholly dedicated to the liberation of the people and work entirely in the people’s interests. Comrade Chang Szu-teh was in the ranks of these battalions. All men…

Don’t Hit Out in All Directions

June 6, 1950 Mao Zedong with Liu Shaoqi Since the Second Plenary Session of the Party’s Seventh Central Committee, nation-wide victory has been won in the new-democratic revolution led by our Party, and the People’s Republic of China has been founded. This is a great victory, a great victory without parallel in the history of…

Achievements of Revolution in Tibet

Lhasa is the capital of the Tibet autonomous region. Contrary to anti-communist propaganda, Tibet was always a part of China. It was autonomous within China, but was always a part of it. This can be proven by a National Geographic article from 1904. 45 years before the victory of the communist revolution. For centuries before…

Solve the Problem of the “Five Excesses”

1. In our work in the rural areas there are problems involving the serious alienation of our Party and government organizations from the peasant masses and violations of the interests of the peasants and peasant activists; these are known as the “five excesses”. The “five excesses” consist of an excess of assignments, an excess of…