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60 years since China’s revolution

60 years since China’s revolution

Capitalism and imperialism were driven out, but political power rested in the hands of a Stalinist communist party Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.infoIt is an especially nervous Communist Party (CCP) regime that presides over the 60th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the People’s Republic of China on 1 October. The regime […]

Book Review: Prisoner of the State by Zhao Ziyang

Book Review: Prisoner of the State by Zhao Ziyang

Unofficial memoirs of top Chinese leader fill important gaps in our knowledge Reviewed by Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info The circumstances under which ‘Prisoner of the State’ was written [the Chinese original appears under the title ‘Journey of the Reforms’] are quite dramatic, perhaps more so than the book itself. But as […]

“6/4” (Tiananmen massacre) 20 years on: The struggle continues!

“6/4” (Tiananmen massacre) 20 years on: The struggle continues!

China’s government is more afraid than ever of mass struggle [This is the text of a leaflet that will be distributed by supporters of chinaworker.info and the Committee for a Workers’ International in the mass candle-lit vigil in Hong Kong on the evening of 4 June, to commemorate the massacre […]

Tiananmen 1989 and the working class

Tiananmen 1989 and the working class

Nothing alarmed the CCP dictatorship more than the movement of the working class aroused to action by the student-led democracy protests Vincent Kolo, from the book Tiananmen 1989: Seven Weeks That Shook the World The great significance of the 1989 movement lay in the fact that it was an urban-based movement (it […]

Tiananmen 1989: Seven weeks that shook the world

Tiananmen 1989: Seven weeks that shook the world

20 years ago this week the mass student protests in Beijing began Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info• chinaworker.info begins a series of articles on the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen protests On 15 April 1989 Hu Yaobang, the former General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, died of a heart attack. […]