This propaganda poster is an excellent example of Chinese political visual culture, especially from the second half of 20th century. It is also a great reference to understand the cultural context of a time that has seen extraordinary political and social change in China.
This propaganda poster is also a New Year picture. Until the mid-20th century, nianhua (New Year pictures) were the most common form of household decoration in China. Most New Year pictures were designed to facilitate New Year...
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