Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Red Scarf Girl, Harvard Girl, Analysis of Chinese Macroeconomy, Unrestricted Warfare, General History of the Zhuang, Wubei Zhi, Draft History of Qing, China Can Say No, the Private Life of Chairman Mao, Unhappy China, Dushi Fangyu Jiyao, History of Chinese Literature, Fengsu Tongyi. Excerpt: Red Scarf Girl is a memoir written by Ji-li Jiang about her experiences during the Cultural Revolution of China. The book's foreword is written by David Henry Hwang. The book starts while Ji-li is a 12 year old still living in Shanghai, China. Ji-Li is at the top of her class, the da-dui-zhang, or Student Council President, of her school. However, her father prevents her from auditioning for the Central Liberation Army Arts Academy due to her class status. Her family is considered a Black Family, because her grandfather was a landlord. Many people accuse Ji-Li of her family's old ways. Ji-Li must deal with the difficult choice between her future or her family. This book describes her experiences with the Cultural Revolution, including being betrayed by her closest friends, helping to destroy the Four Olds, attempting to become a Red Guard and the constant terror of arrest. Jiang Ji-li - was born on Chinese New Year. Her name means lucky and beautiful. She is very smart and used to be the da-dui-zhang (the Chinese equivalent of the head of the student council, the most powerful student in the school). Despite her academic achievements, she is held back by her class status. In the China of today all landlords, rich peasants, counterrevolutionaries (somewhat of a rebel, a person who fights against the Communist Party), criminals and rightists were considered black (the opposite of red, the color of Communism). Ji-Li very much wanted to become a Red Success... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=4307132
|Title:||Chinese Books (Study Guide) : Red Scarf Girl, Harvard Girl, Analysis of Chinese Macroeconomy, Unrestricted Warfare||Publisher:||Books LLC|
|Author:||Llc Books, Llc Books|
|No. of Pages:||56|
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