Party chiefs in Harbin are denounced in front of a large crowd in April 1967. Photo: Li Zhensheng (The Chinese University Press)

Still taboo in mainland China: the Cultural Revolution as seen through the lens of Li Zhensheng

  • Award-winning photographer still hopes that his countrymen will one day be able to see the images taken at the height of the turmoil
  • Pictures that had to be hidden away for decades are still deemed too sensitive to be shown to the Chinese people
Topic |   Cultural Revolution

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Party chiefs in Harbin are denounced in front of a large crowd in April 1967. Photo: Li Zhensheng (The Chinese University Press)
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