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A candid memoir about growing up during the Chinese Cultural Revolution adapted by the author from his Colors of the Mountain published by Random HouseDa Chen was born in China in 1962 The grandson of a landlord he and his family were treated as outcasts in Communist China In school Da was an excellent student until a teacher told him that because of h Is it too late to know about Cultural Revolution in China in period of Chairman Mao 1966If yes it is my personal fault I am a Thai pampered girl who never opens her eyes seeing something s near and valuable but swinging her eyes on something beyond and hard to reach to then was sufferedIf no it is my turn to repay it by reviewing this book China s Son growing up in the Cultural Revolution to make it is part of my beautiful memoriesChina s son was found in Flinders University library accidentally It started its story with when a little thin dark skin boy named Chen Da was born in landlord family in 1962 in country side of Putien near Yellow River embraced by Ching Mountain Fujian In this period of Chaiman Mao in 1966 being a landlord is dangerous Landlord position made Chens children segregated from others around their house They didn t only have enough food to swallow or much meat to eat but lack of chance to study also By Mao s policy of Cultural Revolution children of landlord must be uit from school doing the farm work while others had opportunity to study Moreover students who were studying in university at that time were dismissed as well Then they were sent to remote area to learn how to be a good labor This process was call reeducation Da is the only child who was still attending school while his brothers and sisters were working in farm field He played an outstanding role in secondary school Unfortunately He was about uit form school because he was accused as a counterrevolution After hiding himself in cousin Ta s place for a little while he went back and decided not to go to school any Fortunately a teacher called him back He attended school again but school s atmosphere was changed It became an icy frozen school in which his classmate pretended he never existed Only four friends he got came from gambling game they played in New Year s Day After studying each others for a while they became a swearing brother Da started drinking and smoking a thick tobacco made by his friend giving up attending class Also he as the first one in Yellow Stone village learned to play bamboo flute and violin with Dad s friendsOne day when Mao passed away and Gang of Four took thrown something was changed Cultural Revolution was over Cousin Ta told his mom about the university admission which opened for everyone Chens had a hope to send their child to study in university At that time Da is the only hope of the whole family He both kowtowed to gods at mom s shrine behind kitchen and concentrated on study hard to catch up all lessons that his classmate had already done for a couple of years He cut off playing with friends roaming outside but buried himself with a hill of book preparing for national exam 7 months left before the exam Dad decided to let Jin Da s brother take the exam as well They needed to work hard together When the national exam came they were sent to different places Although Da was laughed at when he decided to attend an English major because this major deserved for rich people he didn t give up Finally when score was released Da got 380 the highest score of Putien Fijian Whit this highest score he could be accepted from university he wanted that is Beijing Language Institute It took him 3 days by train to arrive there This is the first time of a Putien folk boy with a thick tongue and speaking unclear Mandarin had to go far away from his warm family studying English major in the capital city of ChinaLong time ago I reviewed one of my impressed book called Don t cry Nanjing This is the first time of this year I have reviewed another book of China written in English I could tell with my pride that is the first English book I finish reading which I have a passion on In addition I was not forced to read it though It was true to say that this book is impossible to be put down because I could not do soCultural Revolution also reeducation is bran new for me I have never known anything about this kind of stuff before Why I am interested in is my uestion as well I know his name Chaiman Mao but I do not really know about his influence This is the time to reveal these things for me after I was suffered with Zhang Yi Mo s movie To LiveNow I am reading a next book of Chen Da named Sounds of the River What s going on when he had to achieve the academic English while survived in big city called Beijing with political depression because of his family background

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China's Son Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution

Y rallied to help him succeed working long hours in the rice fields and going into debt to ensure that Da would have an education When the final exam results were posted he had one of the highest scores in the region and had earned a place at the prestigious Beijing University Now his family’s past would not harm their future From the Hardcover editi The Chinese Great Proletartian Cultural Revolution from the view of a country boy who is the son of a former landlord

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Is “family’s crimes” he could never be than a poor farmer Feeling his fate was hopeless Da responded by dropping out and hanging around with a gang However after Mao’s death Da realized that an education and college might be possible but he had to make up for the time he’d wasted He began to study–all day and into the night His entire famil This is a memoir with twists as convoluted as real life despair hope irresponsibility and dedication take their turns The end result is a not altogether comfortable story of growing up in 1970s China Unlike many memoirs or biographies China s Son Growing Up in the Cultural Revolutionis written in a smooth easy to read narrative styleThis book contains alcohol consumption smoking and swearing


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    Is it too late to know about Cultural Revolution in China in period of Chairman Mao 1966If yes it is my personal fault I am a Thai pampered girl who never opens her eyes seeing something’s near and valuable but

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    The interesting story of growing up in the Cultural RevolutionDa Chen's family was outcast during this time because they had been landlords Da Chen tells what it was like for his family and himself to fight off the discrimination and humiliation at the hands of neighbors and townspeople because of his family and his backgroundHumorous at times gut wrenching at other times this is an honest book about the human struggle to survive in real

  3. says:

    During the 1950s and 1960s China faced a time of revolution Communist became the most common and trust belief while previously rich landlords were now treated as outcasts Da Chen's family had previously been wealthy during his grandfather's time but by his birth his family no longer had the wealth or status that they previously had As his family was treated as an outcast by society Da decided to drop out of school and join a gang secretly

  4. says:

    This is a memoir with twists as convoluted as real life despair hope irresponsibility and dedication take their turns The end result is a not altogether comfortable story of growing up in 1970s China Unlike many memoirs or biographies China's Son Growing Up in the Cultural Revolutionis written in a smooth easy t

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    Biography of Da Chen growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution He comes from a dispsed landlord family and struggles against that prejudice He is tormented in school and almost leaves repeatedly He becomes friends

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