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This was when the power struggle between the Nationalists and the Communists was still ongoing. I do not remember much about that time, as I was very young. I only knew what my parents, farmers at that time, told me.\n\nAs I grew older, my respect for the communists grew, while my feelings for the nationalists withered away. I heard that the Nationalists only cared about the upper classes of society, (which I was most definitely not part of), and the Communists cared about us lowly peasants. I observed this with my own eyes when I was around 9 years old. Some members of the communist party came through our village, and my parents opened their house to them. They were kind and respectful, and they talked about games with me. I knew then that I was on the side of the communists. They talked about their leader, Chairman Mao Zedong, as if he was God.","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":767537,"object_id":"khckl1363941194","particle_type":"image","picture":"http://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/infogram-particles-700/khckl1363941194.jpg"},{"type":"particle","particle_id":771449,"object_id":"khckl1363999702","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"After the communist had defeated the Nationalists, things started to get better for my family. Gone were the worries about rents that we would never be able to pay off, gone were the unreasonable landlords that took everything from my parents. Communist party members came to our village and divided the land up amongst us peasants. \n\n","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":910928,"object_id":"khckl1365987245","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"1950: Land for all","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"chart","chart_id":1337823,"object_id":"khckl_1365132838","chart_type_nr":23,"data":[[["300,000,000","People that got their land back due to the land reforms in 1949.","profilePath",""],["","",""]]],"custom":{},"colors":[],"dimensions":[],"modifier":0,"sheetnames":[],"sheets_settings":[]},{"type":"particle","particle_id":774335,"object_id":"khckl1364559708","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"I was asleep in bed when I heard the good news. I had gone to bed hungry, as I had done the night before that, and the night before that. My family had barely an acre of land, which was far to little to support our big family of 8. My older brothers rushed into our room screaming \"We have our own land!!!\" Our family, after generations of poverty, now had over 3 acres of land! It was an amazing day, spent marking out our land teritory, and getting ready to plow it. After the first harvest, I knew I would have more than enough to eat until the next harvest, for the first time in my life. \n\nAfter years of practically being owned by the landlords, it was liberating for me to watch my parents set off for the fields with hope in their eyes. However, life did not suddenly become a bed of roses for China. After civil war between the Nationalists and the Communists ended, the country was in despair. Fields were in upheaval, the dams, irrigation system and canals were in disrepair, which was extremely detrimental to the agricultural sector. As more than 90%, (myself included) were peasants, the state of the agricultural sector left us poor and starving. This was probably the reason that Mao launched....","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":774324,"object_id":"khckl1364114500","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"The first 5 year plan: 1952-1957","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":774314,"object_id":"khckl1364114515","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"Then, Mao started out with this new \"First 5 Year Plan\". His objective was to develop China into a bustling economy.\nOne of the first things to do was to organize us peasants. I was 10 then, and I was starting to help my parents plant the fields daily. Childhood was over.\n1952: My first experience of Mao's plan. My parents were encouraged to form mutal aid teams with other nearby families. Basically, it meant that we would pool resources and help with each other's land in order to be more productive. My parents were happy, as we still kept our own land. Due to these mutal aid teams, our production increased, which upped our income, and we were able to raise pigs for the market! \n1953: The officials came and brought the news that our increase in production was not fast enough. According to what my parents told me, we were to form co-operatives with around 30 to 50 families in our area. I remember my parents frowning as they discussed this, unhappy at the tightened control over farming. However, as they had heard of the anti-rightist campaigns in the city, they said nothing, fearing being labelled as anti-communist. As we still owned our own land, and production had increased substantially, my parents still believe that Mao knew best. Brainwashed by the propaganda, all of us peasants followed whatever orders he gave us.\n\n1955: One day, communist party officials came to our village, and told us that all land would be handed over to the government, effective immediately. We were horrified. We had finally got our land, only to have to give it up? Furthermore, the party officials pressured us to form collectives. Our small co-operatives of around 30 families would increase tenfold to 300-500 families. I was starting to resent communist rule. \n\n\n","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":939242,"object_id":"khckl1366198239","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"We were seeing propaganda all over the place! Back then, it really motivated us to work our hardest for China, but when I look at it now, it just seems like a bundle of lies. Below: A propaganda poster meant to motivate us to farm like there was no tomorrow","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":946956,"object_id":"khckl1366241832","particle_type":"image","picture":"http://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/infogram-particles-700/khckl1366241832.jpg"},{"type":"particle","particle_id":783945,"object_id":"khckl1364301436","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"The second 5 year plan","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":822162,"object_id":"khckl1365132541","particle_type":"quote","picture":null,"text":"The great leap forward - we will take over the western powers in 15 years","content_type":"","title":"-Chairman Mao","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":822187,"object_id":"khckl1365132808","particle_type":"image","picture":"http://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/infogram-particles-700/khckl1365132808.png"},{"type":"particle","particle_id":822134,"object_id":"khckl1365132232","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"1958: This was the year I turned 16, and the year that my life would change. Mao had done away with the collectives - now we were in communes. 3000 to 5000 families, all living together. Gone were my families fields, our houses. We slept in communal dorms, and ate in communal kitchens. Sometimes, I would barely see my younger siblings for weeks - I would work the whole day at the fields or at the backyard furnaces. More than anything, many families here longed to tell the party officials who visited from time to time how miserable we were, working ourselves to the bone, while not having much to eat, but we were far too afraid. News of the 100 flowers campaign started by Mao and his officials left us wary of speaking out. We thought it was far better do just go along, and pretend to be the \"perfect communist\", than to speak our minds and be labelled capitalist. I did not want to be part of the 1 million that I heard that either perished or were exiled. ","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":822141,"object_id":"khckl1365132266","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Mao&#39;s big visit (or our first performace)","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":205650,"object_id":"khckl1364561213","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"One day, a communist party official came to our commune. I was eating breakfast when the announcement was made \"Chairman of the party Mao Zedong will be coming to visit our village in 3 days time. Make sure everything is in order, and the harvest displayed.\"\n\n\"What harvest?\" I thought. All we had were a few fields of grain, due to the drought. Majority of our crops had withered away, and we were starting to worry how we were to survive until the next harvest. I was hoping that the Chairman Mao was coming to see how bad things were in our village, our lack of grain. When I went to the fields that day, to my surprise, a local party officer was directing the other farmers to move all the grain from our 3 fields into the field closest to the road. It did look like a lot piled up together, but it would barely sustain my commune for a month.\n\nWhen Mao came, he only drove past the fields. He observed us hard at work at our backyard steel furnaces, and talked to us. As they were going out, I overheard Mao asked my one of the local party members what our grain production was. \"300 million tonnes last year, sir\", the officer said. Suddenly everything fell into place for me. The lack of food, the continuingly increasing production targets, and why we moved all the grain into one field. It was just a big performance for Mao. And we were the poorly paid actors. ","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":774338,"object_id":"khckl1364115243","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Effects of the 2 Five Year Plan on Coal and Grain Production (in Millions of tonnes)","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"chart","chart_id":1220897,"object_id":"khckl_1364115174","chart_type_nr":6,"data":[[["","1949","1950","1951","1952","1953","1954","1955","1956","1957","1958","1959","1960","1961","1962"],["Grain Production","112.5","137.5","151.5","163.9","166.8","169.5","183.9","192.8","195.1","200","170.1","143.5","147.5","160"],["Coal Production","","","","68.2","83.76","98.32","105.88","121.44","131","230","290","270","180","180"]]],"custom":{"legacyTransposeDone":true,"switchRowsColumns":true},"colors":[],"dimensions":[],"modifier":0,"sheetnames":[],"sheets_settings":[]},{"type":"particle","particle_id":910939,"object_id":"khckl1365987351","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Let them eat pork","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"chart","chart_id":1443895,"object_id":"khckl_1366116797","chart_type_nr":23,"data":[[["30 Million","People who died in the famine during the Great Leap Forward","boyPath",""],["","",""]]],"custom":{},"colors":[],"dimensions":[],"modifier":0,"sheetnames":[],"sheets_settings":[]},{"type":"particle","particle_id":910924,"object_id":"khckl1365987231","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"In 1960, things went from bad to worse. Drought hit our already failing farms, and there was wide-spread famine due to the numerous bizarre policies Mao had put in place. The one I was the most horrified at was \"Sparrowcide\". We were told to kill sparrows, as they \"ate the crop\". Going out as early as 5 in the morning, the whole commune would bang pots and pans, or do anything to make noise to prevent the sparrows from landing. Hundreds of sparrows lay at our feet, dead from exhaustion. Sparrowcide had the inverse effect on crop production. Pests feasted on what little harvest was left after months of drought, as the departure of sparrows lead them to rapidly increase in numbers.\n\nSoon, famine hit my commune. The harvest from last season was long gone - it was taken away by officials who believed we had more due to the false figures reported. Our stomachs were empty, our expression desolate. People became desperate for anything to eat. We ate bark from the trees, lizards from the fields, food for the pigs, anything to keep the knawing hunger away. The feeling of starvation was unforgettable, a rabid wolf clawing itself out from your stomach. People began fainting, or dropping dead in the fields. There was no energy to work, and thus, even less food. One of my worst memories was going to the furnaces to find my parents, who I had not seen in over a week. An emaciated man directed me to a pile of fresh corpses, and there I identified my parents. That night, what was remaining of my family ate meat for the first time in months - we could not afford to waste. It was a horrible experience, but what else could we eat? Cannibalism was rampant in my commune, with so many desperate, starving people. \n\nPeople became enraged at what China had become. The promise of freedom the communist party gave us when they were fighting the Nationalists never happened. 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We got our land back, and private markets were set up. Things started to get better as production levels rose. Backyard furnaces were abandoned, and we went back to focusing on agriculture, just like we had done before. ","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":951515,"object_id":"khckl1366289768","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Failure of the Great Leap Forward - Man made vs Natural Causes","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"chart","chart_id":1467579,"object_id":"khckl_1366289681","chart_type_nr":2,"data":[[["Failure of the Great Leap Forward","(As reported by the Chinese Press)"],["Man made","70%"],["Natural causes","30%"]]],"custom":{},"colors":[],"dimensions":[],"modifier":0,"sheetnames":[],"sheets_settings":[]},{"type":"particle","particle_id":951347,"object_id":"khckl1366288923","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Mao's leadership - A retrospective view.","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":890603,"object_id":"khckl1365728812","particle_type":"quote","picture":null,"text":"mAO WAS SELF INDULGENT AND IMMATURE","content_type":"","title":"-mE","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":866383,"object_id":"khckl1365564671","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"Mao was like a little child, and a dangerous one at that due to the power he held. I believe he did have good intentions, but was self-centered and idealistic without being practical. \nThe Great Leap Forward, initiated by Mao, was badly planned. He set unrealistic goals, paid no attention to details, and seemed to put random policies in place because he felt like it. Eg: Sparrowcide, and Lysenkoism. The peasants, who knew much more about farming than Mao, were unable to speak their minds about it, and were forced to follow these ridiculous campaigns. They were also very fearful of disobeying Mao, or talking to the party officials about it because they were scared of being labelled \"anti-communist\", as they had heard been done to many other people during the 100 flowers campaign. \nChina had so much potential, but it was wasted by bad planning and a lack of foresight. If us peasants were not working the whole day keeping the furnaces alight, making useless steel, the famine might not have happened, and many people wouldn't have needlessly lost their lives.","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":928066,"object_id":"khckl1366116622","particle_type":"bodytitle","picture":null,"text":"Mao's way or the highway.","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":928071,"object_id":"khckl1366116641","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"When things didn't go according to plan, Mao refused to accept criticism. He started the 100 flowers campaign, supposedly to allow people a chance to speak out, and he was probably just looking for lavish praise of the Communist Party. When people started actually saying what they thought, he turned on them and labelled them \"anti-communist\", and condemned them. Mao did not like intellectuals, and felt that anything could be achieved if one had the will to do so. Thus, he did not accept the help of professionals in planning the Great Leap Forward. The result? Much of the technology brought in from Russia was wasted, and negatively impacted the economy rather than improve it. ","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null},{"type":"particle","particle_id":951356,"object_id":"khckl1366288953","particle_type":"bodytext","picture":null,"text":"Mao's rule did benefit the peasants for a few years, and he did put in place many policies that helped, not hindered (for once) China. He made women equal to men in status, and I have that to thank for as my sisters were not forced into arranged marriages. However, the two 5 year plans started out so promising, and I was very hopeful that my life would improve. The opposite happened. I lost much of my family due to famine and disease - which did not have to happen had China been run properly. I will never forgive Mao for what he brought upon my family. We did have a few happy years before the policies became ridiculous, but those are overshadowed by the pain and suffering we endured. People in the cities suffered a lot as well, as the low food production led to hyperinflation of food in the city. Sometimes, I was thankful that I lived in the countryside, as I did not experience the full brutality of campaigns such as the Cultural Revoluntion, and the Hundred Flowers campagin. I am sure these campaigns brought much suffering to other Chinese Citizens.","content_type":"","title":"","shrink":null}],"theme":{"createdAt":"2016-04-22T04:54:07.000Z","updatedAt":"2016-12-28T10:33:43.000Z","logoImages":[""],"charts":{"treemap":{"labels":{"name":{"fontFamily":"PT Sans Narrow","fontWeight":"700"},"value":{"fontFamily":"PT Sans Narrow"}}},"wordcloud":{"labels":{"fontFamily":"Arial","fontWeight":"700"}},"table":{"cellBackground":"#ffffff","headerBackground":"#eeeeee","cellColor":"#232323","headerColor":"#232323","shapeFill":"#232323"}},"color":{"bg":"#ffffff","text":"#000000","chart":{"bg":"transparent","text":"#767676"},"element":{"bg":"transparent","text":"#000000"}},"colorPresets":[],"localFonts":[],"font":{"common":{"textAlign":"initial","fontSize":"16","fontStyle":"normal","fontWeight":"400","fontFamily":"PT Sans Narrow"},"legend":{"fontSize":"16","fontWeight":"400"},"label":{"fontSize":16,"fontWeight":400}},"fontPresets":[],"fontFamilies":["Pontano Sans","PT 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