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Ice-breakers of China-UK Trade

After the Korean War broke out in 1950, the US-led Western countries imposed a trade embargo on the newborn People's Republic of China. In 1951, renowned Cambridge economist Joan R…


“The Film is Excellent and You Should Make More Like This”— Cultural Diplomacy on the Sidelines of the Geneva Conference

Premier Zhou Enlai and Charlie Chaplin On July 18, 1954, on the sidelines of the Geneva Conference, Premier Zhou Enlai met with Charlie Chaplin, a master of cinema. Chaplin w…


"I Heard the Last Artillery Fire of the Huaihai Campaign" — The Story between American Journalist Seymour Topping and the CPC

On 10 January, 1949, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) won the great victory of the Huaihai Campaign after 66 days of strenuous fight. One of the people there to witness how the g…


I Read Selected Works of Mao Zedong on Robben Island — Nelson Mandela and the Chinese Revolution

“The bell chimes, calling the son to come home, like a whisper of sigh in his life. What his dark skin brings him is a life-long struggle for people of all colors.” Thirty-…


"France Must Be Able to Listen to China Directly" — A "Diplomatic Nuclear Explosion": The Establishment of China-France Diplomatic Relations

At 11 am GMT, 27 January 1964, the Chinese and French governments issued a joint communiqué stating that "The Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the…

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