Roughly 200 mainlanders came to Hong Kong last year to march in celebration of the 52nd anniversary of the Cultural Revolution. Photo: Choi Chi-yuk

The underrated influence of modern neo-Maoists on China’s Communist Party

  • In ‘The New Red Guards’, Jude Blanchette argues that in market-focused China, the party sees neo-Maoists as both a headache and a help
  • While they challenge the party on occasion, their extreme ideological positions can also make it appear more reasonable
Topic |   China's Communist Party

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Roughly 200 mainlanders came to Hong Kong last year to march in celebration of the 52nd anniversary of the Cultural Revolution. Photo: Choi Chi-yuk
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