China’s Cultural Revolution Cover Up – Jong-Dae Ha

From Donga (link):

If you type the word “The Great Cultural Revolution” onto “Baidu,” China’s most popular search engine, you will get this warning: “Your search word could violate related laws.” The Chinese authorities have blocked searches for the term so that their people can not know the revolution. It is dreary that one can be punished just because of searching for the term.

Beijing Blocks the Term, “The Great Cultural Revolution”-

Although the 40th anniversary of the Great Cultural Revolution, which shook the whole country, is just a few days away (May 16), the Chinese government is too quiet. There will be not a single event held by social organizations, not to mention official events by the government. Chinese media outlets, including Xinhua News Agency, have not written a single line about the revolution as of May 12.

See also Four decades on, Cultural Revolution leaves indelible imprint on China by Peter Harmsen


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