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Down to the Countryside: Perspectives on the Chinese Cultural Revolution - Panel

Date and Time: April 7, 2019, 3:00 PM CT

Location: Kauffman Museum, 300 E 27th St, North Newton
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Moderated by Raylene Hinz-Penner, retired English Professor, Washburn University

Panel discussion among community members with personal experience living and working in China. Panels include Bethel College Chinese language instructor Dr Zhuojun Jiang speaking on education and the Cultural Revolution, and economist T James Goering, who spent time in China while working for the World Bank.

This event is part of "Campaign for a New China, Posters of the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976," an exhibition of propaganda art acquired by a Kansan visiting China during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. These posters tell the story an idealistic but troubled vision of a pure communist society.

Sponsored by: Kauffman Museum

For more information about this event, please contact:
Rachel Pannabecker
(316) 283-1612
http://kauffman.bethelks.edu

 

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