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Guangdong Peasants Association, 1925 (China)

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[Guangdong Peasants Association]
image by Jaume Ollé, 04 December 2009


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Chinese national flag charged with yellow plough in fly.
In 1925 Peng Pai left Guangzhou to resume his work to organize peasants to form Peasant Associations in Guangdong province. Mao Ze-dong took over from Peng Pai and became the second director of the Institute. Mao's brother Mao Zemin (Mao Tse-min) was one his students, who included a large percentage of Hunanese probably recruited by Mao's provincial Party committee. In September 1925 Mao Zedong took the whole student body of the Peasant Movement Training Institute on a two-week visit to Haifeng, where they were given lectures by Peng Pai and shown an agrarian revolution in action.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 04 December 2009