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Chinese children poster - "not  flashy" "Jian Ku Pu Su

Chinese children poster - "not flashy" "Jian Ku Pu Su

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Directory: Popular Collectibles: Memorabilia: Political: Posters: Pre 1980: Item # 818902

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The phrase of "Jian Ku Pu Su" which was first used to describe the red army soliders' condition and spirit during the Long March was used often by the Chinese government to educate the people on how to be overcome difficulities. Jian Ku Pu Su means "Difficulty, Bitterness, Simple and Humble". The government wanted people not to be excessive, to be recycling minded and not to be rid of things just because it's old or used. In this image, it shows a student sewing up an outfit. Jan 1978. Shanghai Educational Publishing House. 0.12 Yuan.