Bian Zhongyun became an early victim of the Cultural Revolution in August of 1966, a movement that would eventually kill or injure millions of Chinese in the decade ahead, after she was slapped, punched and then beaten by students at her school, pictured here, in Beijing.
Bian Zhongyun became an early victim of the Cultural Revolution in August of 1966, a movement that would eventually kill or injure millions of Chinese in the decade ahead, after she was slapped, punched and then beaten by students at her school, pictured here, in Beijing. Tom Lasseter/MCT
Bian Zhongyun became an early victim of the Cultural Revolution in August of 1966, a movement that would eventually kill or injure millions of Chinese in the decade ahead, after she was slapped, punched and then beaten by students at her school, pictured here, in Beijing. Tom Lasseter/MCT

4 decades later, China still isn't discussing Cultural Revolution

August 24, 2010 03:10 PM

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