Social Values (Shèhuì jiàzhí 社会价值)

Susan D. BLUM

A propaganda poster from the “Learn from Lei Feng” campaign, titled; “Uncle Lei Feng tells Revolutionary stories” (1965). The image of Lei Feng has served as the model worker/martyr/saint of the Communist party for over 40 years. COLLECTION STEFAN LANDSBERGER.

A sense of the social values of propriety, justice, honesty, and honor is a perennial and universal concern, and given China’s historical sweep and contemporary complexity, the country is clearly no exception. Indeed, consideration of….

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