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Mao's Last Dancer (2009) [Repost]  

Posted by fekmax at Sept. 10, 2015
Mao's Last Dancer (2009) [Repost]

Mao's Last Dancer (2009)
English | DVDRip | AVI | XviD, 1267 Kbps | 640x352 | 23.976 fps | 1.36 GB
Audio: AC-3, 384 Kbps | 6 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:57:33 minutes | Subtitles: Spanish (srt)
Genre: Biography, Drama, Music

A drama based on the autobiography by Li Cunxin. At the age of 11, Li was plucked from a poor Chinese village by Madame Mao's cultural delegates and taken to Beijing to study ballet. In 1979, during a cultural exchange to Texas, he fell in love with an American woman. Two years later, he managed to defect and went on to perform as a principal dancer for the Houston Ballet and as a principal artist with the Australian Ballet.

The Cultural Revolution: Mao's Last Battle (2003)  

Posted by notbanned at Nov. 27, 2014
The Cultural Revolution: Mao's Last Battle (2003)

The Cultural Revolution: Mao's Last Battle (2003)
DVDRip | 640x368 | .AVI/XviD @ 1749 Kbps | 2x~51min | Audio: English MP3 106 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 1.34 GiB
Genre: Documentary | Biography | History

In order to immunise the Peoples Republic of China against bourgeois restoration Mao Zedong embarked on the "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution" in 1966. This was mainly directed against intellectuals. Up to 1976 the whole country was plunged into destructive chaos, shaking the country’s social foundations. The Cultural Revolution is considered today as a "grave left-wing mistake" for which Mao Zedong was responsible. Whether Mao launched a campaign of ideological purification in 1966 to keep China from becoming capitalist or to solidify his power remains a subject for debate. Only the disastrous consequences are certain. This series presents the definitive history of the Cultural Revolution, its background, and aftermath, blending an incredible array of documentary footage with discussion by Chinese contemporaries, diplomats, and scholars, including Roxanne Witke, the only Westerner to interview Mao's wife, Jiang Qing. Chinese witnesses of the time, who all now live abroad, tell of their experiences: about torture, flight and many years of exile.

Mao's Last Dancer (repost)  

Posted by Veslefrikk at Sept. 21, 2014
Mao's Last Dancer (repost)

Li Cunxin, "Mao's Last Dancer"
Pe nguin | 2009 | ISBN: 014104022X | PDF | 432 pages | 2 MB

Mao's Last Revolution  

Posted by bakerman at March 8, 2014
Mao's Last Revolution

Mao's Last Revolution
Harvard University Press | 2006 | ISBN: 0674027485 | English | 696 pages | PDF | 33.8 MB

Mao's Last Dancer (Audiobook) (Repost)  

Posted by enmoys at Jan. 13, 2013
Mao's Last Dancer (Audiobook) (Repost)

Mao's Last Dancer (Audiobook) By Li Cunxin, read by Paul English
Unabridged edition 2004 | 15 hours and 21 mins | ISBN: 1740933761 | MP3 64 kbps (vbr) | 432 MB

Mao's Last Dancer (Repost)  

Posted by nebulae at Dec. 24, 2012
Mao's Last Dancer (Repost)

Li Cunxin, "Mao's Last Dancer"
English | ISBN: 0802797792 | 2008 | EPUB/MOBI | 304 pages | 3 MB

Mao's Last Dancer (2009)  

Posted by FenixN at April 22, 2012
Mao's Last Dancer (2009)

Mao's Last Dancer (2009)
DVDRip | MKV / AVC, 1091 kb/s | 640x336 | 01:52:45 | English: AC3, 448 kb/s (2 ch) | Subtitles: English | 1.24 GB
Genre: Documentary

A drama based on the autobiography by Li Cunxin. At the age of 11, Li was plucked from a poor Chinese village by Madame Mao's cultural delegates and taken to Beijing to study ballet. In 1979, during a cultural exchange to Texas, he fell in love with an American woman. Two years later, he managed to defect and went on to perform as a principal dancer for the Houston Ballet and as a principal artist with the Australian Ballet.

Mao's Last Dancer  

Posted by tarantoga at Jan. 26, 2012
Mao's Last Dancer

Li Cunxin, "Mao's Last Dancer"
Publisher: W..ker Chi..re.s | ISBN: 0802797792 | 2008 | EPUB/MOBI | 304 pages | 3 MB/2 MB

Mao's Last Dancer  

Posted by tot167 at July 25, 2011
Mao's Last Dancer

Li Cunxin, "Mao's Last Dancer"
Pe nguin | 2009 | ISBN: 014104022X | PDF | 432 pages | 1,6 MB

Mao: The Unknown Story  

Posted by Freb at April 16, 2010
Mao: The Unknown Story

Jung Chang, Jon Halliday Mao: The Unknown Story
Knopf | 2005 | ISBN: 009949924X | 832 pages | PDF | 10,4 MB

“Ever since the spectacular success of Chang’s Wild Swans we have waited impatiently for her to complete with her husband this monumental study of China’s most notorious modern leader. The expectation has been that she would rewrite modern Chinese history. The wait has been worthwhile and the expectation justified. This is a bombshell of a book.”
–Chris Patten, the last governor of Hong Kong, in The Times (London)
Based on a decade of research and on interviews with many of Mao’s close circle in China who have never talked before–and with virtually everyone outside China who had significant dealings with him–this is the most authoritative life of Mao ever written. It is full of startling revelations, exploding the myth of the Long March, and showing a completely unknown Mao: he was not driven by idealism or ideology; his intimate and intricate relationship with Stalin went back to the 1920s, ultimately bringing him to power; he welcomed Japanese occupation of much of China; and he schemed, poisoned and blackmailed to get his way. After Mao conquered China in 1949, his secret goal was to dominate the world. In chasing this dream he caused the deaths of 38 million people in the greatest famine in history. In all, well over 70 million Chinese perished under Mao’s rule–in peacetime.