Russia and China may form an alliance before which NATO will be powerless Chinese President XI Jinping in his speech on Friday the 1st of July, noted the strategic need for an alliance between Russia and China, which he believes will determine the future world order. We see how the EU is gradually crumbling and the US economy is collapsing. This will end in a new world order. In his opinion the relations of Russia and China should not be confined to the economic relations, these countries should create an alternative military alliance.
Independent Research Project Propaganda in Communist China Propaganda is a form of persuasive communication used to manipulate the public opinion. In order to change the way the people of China thought, the government used media to help shape China. Kang Sheng, an active member of the Communist Party sincecollaborated with Mao.
Sheng was sent to Moscow to study and picked up useful techniques on propaganda. The expert made propaganda in China very effective during this time.
The two used ideas such as reading the Little Red Book to persuade the people. During events such as the Great Leap Forward, the Great Famine, and the Cultural Revolution where millions of people died, the Communist Party displayed posters of the Chinese people dancing and smiling.
Even during the Great Famine as millions starved and died, there were posters of healthy farm animals for the people to watch. During the Great Leap Forward, propaganda posters also displayed communities where everyone lived happily and worked hard, which led them to having abundant harvest.
The Chinese Communists were determined to surpass the West as they make the transformation from Socialism to Communism. Inposters, such as this one, were used to empress the citizens.
The poster expressed the idea to aim high and the East will leap forward and the West will be worried. In posters published by the state and people who wanted to convey their devotion towards Mao used themes were repeated, for example big red letters on a white background.
Also, the use of shovels, paintbrushes, pens, and guns were used to rouse the people about the revolution. In order to attract the people, Mao wanted to convey himself bigger and stronger than his enemies.
To do so, Mao depicted the proletariat looking down upon their enemies. In these posters, Mao was portrayed has either a shadow or sun looking over the people. During the Cultural Revolution, propaganda went far beyond posters and played an important role in encouraging the youth.
Propaganda is debatably what started and kept the Chinese Cultural Revolution going and later led to China becoming corrupt.
The messages of the Cultural Revolution were announced through radio, television, theater, art, books, postcards, badges, and more to inform all of the people of China about important words, ideas, and symbols.
Mao Zedong and Kang Sheng used several propaganda techniques, some by the Institute for Propaganda Analysis inwhich included assertion, bandwagon, glittering generalities, name calling, lesser of two evils, plain folks, and simplification.
Three of the most popular techniques were assertion, bandwagon, and glittering generalities. Assertion is an enthusiastic simple statement conveyed as a fact, even through it may not be true, and that is repeated many times for maximum effect.
Another technique is bandwagon, which was used to encourage people to follow the crowd because others are doing so well. Bandwagon propaganda tried to convince people that if one side is winning, people should join that side. Propaganda is still important in to the Chinese Communist party today that they have a propaganda department.
The department influences newspapers, radio, film, and television that are not produced by the government. For example, in China, newspapers and television stations do not mention Falun Gong religious movement or the Dalai Lama. Behind the scenes of Chinese Central Television, the propaganda department is hard at work even when it may not seem like it.
In China, Internet censorship is conducted under a list of laws. More than sixty Internet regulations have been made and the equipment of the suppression is considered more extensive than any other country.
The latest controversy began when propaganda censors allegedly watered down a New Years editorial in the Southern Weakly Newspaper. Supporters are upset and gathered outside the newspaper department. Many laid flowers and peaceful protestors rallied outside. A group of well known scholars and lawyers demanded that the propaganda chief in the province be removed for replacing an article about reform with one revering the efforts of the Communist Party.
Protestors and other people against propaganda believe that restricting points of view is goes against the needs of a modern country.
Propaganda has been used for hundreds of years and has evolved overtime. As technology expands, the uses to promote propaganda have also become more advanced. However, it is difficult.
With a rapidly evolving economy, controlling China calls for controversy. All in all, propaganda is a useful technique for the government to shape a country, but can also go against the needs and opinions of the people. Works Cited Badkar, Mamta. Wikimedia Foundation, 02 Feb.RESPECTED HISTORIAN RALF GEORG REUTH ARGUES THAT HITLER may have had a ‘real’ reason to hate the Jews.
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The second section examines the various ways in which scholars, using concepts such as soft power and public diplomacy, have understood the influence of the Party-state’s domestic propaganda practices on China’s international relations.
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Meanwhile, state-owned television in the People’s Republic of China is churning out pro-trade propaganda such as this (HT Pethokoukis. All-China Federation of Trade Unions; All-China Women's Federation; All-China Youth Federation.