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1 Chinas Millennial Generation Robert L. Moore Rollins College UCF LIFE Presentation February 18, 2014

2 The May Fourth Movement, 1919 – inspired by patriotism

3 May Fourth Poster

4 Tiananmen Square: Monument to the Peoples Heroes

5 On the Monument: May fourth student Protestors

6 May Fourth Author – Ba Jin

7 Family, a novel by Ba Jin

8 1966: Political Discourse by Allegory Hai Rui Dismissed from Office a play by Wu Han (Obliquely referencing Peng Dehuais dismissal by Chairman Mao, 1959)

9 : Cultural Revolution

10 Youth to the Countryside in the 1970s

11 Deng xiaoping & the New reforms – Circa 1980

12 Hu yaobang – leading liberal

13 1989 Tiananmen Square: Students at the Monument

14 The June Four Incident, 1989

15 june four incident – tank man

16 Zhao ziyang – doomed liberal

17 Rock star: cui jian

18 Post the prc government re- emphasizes dedication to the partys authority. Dissent is suppressed while economic reforms continue.

19 Qingdao University Students 1993 ( Six in one dorm Room)

20 Qingdao U. students washing their dishes

21 National minorities: Mosuo youth

22 Central university of nationalities -2012

23 CUN – Graduation day, 2008

24 Rural life – peasant ladies

25 The Chinese family: Take my childs picture – please!

26 Peasant family lad

27 Patrilineal family

28 Religion in china

29 Muslim wedding

30 Christian wedding

31 Beijing high school

32 The Test - Parents waiting for their childrens results

33 A favorite pastime: internet games

34 Young peoples T-shirts Do you marry me?

35 Irony: socialist style on a contemporary t-shirt

36 199os: Individualism Generation KU … & The rise of The Internet

37 Wang shuo and liumang literature

38 Beijing bad boy

39 AnthropologY – fieldwork in Beijing

40 East meets west - tattoos

41 Beijing disco

42 Hipster bar – the bed

43 Post-Mao China - Allegory Raise the Red Lantern, a film by Zhang Yimou (1991)

44 Zhang Yimou film of 1991 Referencing June 4, 1989

45 Voices of Youthful Protest - Where Are They Now? Following the violent crackdown of June 4, 1989, political dissent declined …but now new voices are being heard via social media.

46 Social Media in China Renren – Chinas Facebook Weibo – Chinas Twitter BBS – Chatrooms Baidu – Chinas Google & Wikipedia Blogs

47 Contemporary Satire: Cartoon protest

48 Judge Bao: Upright Official

49 Corruption government is failing to provide for and protect the people. Traditional terms for upright officials (Lianjie ), and corrupt officials (Tanguan Wuli ( ) are still used to describe Communist Party cadres.

50 The long march: Eating Shoes During the heroic Long March battered communist forces trudged for thousands of miles across China fleeing from Nationalist forces. Some soldiers reportedly survived by eating shoe leather. Some generous soldiers were said to have given their shoes to their comrades, thus consigning themselves to starvation.

51 Contemporary Satire on Eating Shoes

52 Cao ni ma: Indirect invective

53 Cao ni ma t-shirt

54 Cao ni ma mug

55 Ai weiwei – artist protestor with a message

56 He xie – Double entendre

57 River crab with three watches

58 Tsinghua University - patriotic Olympic helpers


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