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November 03, 2011

Re-examining CCS's rare Chinese papercut collection


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Read all about the amazing collection here.

Rare set of images found at University of Michigan tell story of China’s Cultural Revolution
The Washington Post, 11/06/2011.

This story was also reported (mostly online) by:
- Teleread
- The China Post
- The Cranbrook Daily Townsman
- Crescent-News
- The Daily Comet
- Honolulu Star-Advertiser
- The Huffington Post
- Idaho State Journal
- International Business Times, Hong Kong
- Nevada Appeal
- Prince Albert Daily Herald
- Times-News
- Westman Journal
- Yahoo! News
- Canadian Press
- CHNI-FM
- CKNI-FM (News 91.9)
- Columbus Telegram
- Detroit Free Press
- FindLaw: Legal News and Commentary
- Inside Scoop SF
- KNUS-AM
- Metro Edmonton
- Metro Ottawa
- The Miami Herald
- The News-Review
- Penticton Herald
- Star Tribune
- The Sun News
- Times Union
- Washington Post
- Weyburn Review
- WFLC-FM
- WFTV-TV
- WGCL-TV
- WTRF-TV
- jandan.net (煎蛋)


Wang Zheng, CCS Associate Director, and Professor of Women's Studies and History, talk about the historical and cultural significance of the work.


Please click on the image to see the entire collection.

Posted by zzhu at November 3, 2011 09:40 PM