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Sheng Shuren: A Jounalist in New China – Part 5 – The Untouchable


Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 The Shengs were a prominent family in Ningpo. There were the old Shengs and the new Shengs; Mr. Sheng’s family was the old Shengs, landowners for generations. The family residence consisted of … Continue reading

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Sheng Shuren: A Journalist in New China – Part 4 – The Great Leap Forward and Propaganda


Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 I almost forgot; I had been to Shanghai before. It was the Chinese New Year of 1990, I decided spontaneously to go to a friend’s home to spend the holidays. On New Year’s Eve, … Continue reading

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Sheng Shuren: A Journalist in New China – Part 3 – Working for Xinhua


Part 1, Part 2 On the morning of Christmas Eve as my family and I were getting ready to go to North Carolina to visit my parents-in-law, I received an email from Mr. Sheng Liren whose information I had found … Continue reading

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