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The Private Life of Chairman Mao Free download Ï 2 From 1954 until Mao Zedong's death 22 years later Dr Li Zhisui was the Chinese ruler's personal physician For most of these years Ma. Wow This man is insane Forget the failed economic policies Forget 30 million people killed some say 60 million and I ve even heard 90 million as a result of his tyranny Forget the underground city he built This man s private life is insane His insanity seemed uite contagious as the book starts out with the author in charge of preserving the man s corpse with pressure from other high officials This was immediately hilarious as you read about Mao s face falling off and his body becoming bloated Preserving a leader s corpse for further senseless worship is just the beginning to the book s hilarity Don t expect any 20th century Chinese history as the author in this book was not in a position to learn about what was going on throughout the country except through Mao who was a horrible source for that sort of information For example the author was surprised when Mao told him Good news we liberated our brothers in Tibet This may fall under the category of sick humor if you have read anything about the brutal Chinese takeover of Tibet It s harder to find a book insightful to the potential madness power can create Also this book satisfies curiousity of those who know of Mao s policy and want to know what the hell were officials thinking or how someone could be so heartless as well as stupid to implement these plans The author exposes the inner politics of Beijing and the political logic of Mao Last this book shows how people became so obsessed with this figure I don t think there is another book that digs as deep and exposes so much of a historical figure Maybe Mao s rule is less a product of political ideology but of Chinese culture Mao according to The Private Life modeled himself after Chinese emperors especially the nut in Shi Huang who ordered the construction of the beginning of the great wall and the terracotta warriors På Vei most of these years Ma. Wow This The Spider vs The Empire State man is insane Forget the failed economic policies Forget 30 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star million people killed some say 60 The Rogue King The Rogue King #1 million and I ve even heard 90 The Rogue King Inferno Rising #1 million as a result of his tyranny Forget the underground city he built This The Collected Stories man s private life is insane His insanity seemed uite contagious as the book starts out with the author in charge of preserving the The Trial of Lizzie Borden man s corpse with pressure from other high officials This was immediately hilarious as you read about Mao s face falling off and his body becoming bloated Preserving a leader s corpse for further senseless worship is just the beginning to the book s hilarity Don t expect any 20th century Chinese history as the author in this book was not in a position to learn about what was going on throughout the country except through Mao who was a horrible source for that sort of information For example the author was surprised when Mao told him Good news we liberated our brothers in Tibet This Journey to Mount Tamalpais An Essay may fall under the category of sick humor if you have read anything about the brutal Chinese takeover of Tibet It s harder to find a book insightful to the potential The Heart's Warrior madness power can create Also this book satisfies curiousity of those who know of Mao s policy and want to know what the hell were officials thinking or how someone could be so heartless as well as stupid to implement these plans The author exposes the inner politics of Beijing and the political logic of Mao Last this book shows how people became so obsessed with this figure I don t think there is another book that digs as deep and exposes so Paradoxe Tome 4 much of a historical figure Maybe Mao s rule is less a product of political ideology but of Chinese culture Mao according to The Private Life Habibi modeled himself after Chinese emperors especially the nut in Shi Huang who ordered the construction of the beginning of the great wall and the terracotta warriors

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The Private Life of Chairman Mao Free download Ï 2 O was in excellent health; thus he and the doctor had time to discuss political and personal matters Dr Li recorded many of these co. This is one of the best China books I ve read and I ve read about 50 of them It s long and very involved but written in a clear and fluid style It is uite simply fascinating brimful with interesting episodes and tidbits impossible to find anywhere else Details about Mao s illnesses drug addictions sex life and death are particularly salient while figures and topics you can find in nearly any China book Jiang ing Lin Biao the Cultural Revolution the Great Leap Forward etc are presented in a whole new light Penned by an erudite and Western educated man who saw and spoke with the chairman nearly every day he was in power the Private Life of Chairman Mao is engaging than most standard Mao biographies which is of course because it is a first hand behind the scenes account It may take you a while to get through it and you may wish to supplement it with one of those standard biographies but if you ve got a bit of mental stamina or consider yourself a serious China watcher this narrative is a must Unforgivable Invincible #2 matters Dr Li recorded Bystander many of these co. This is one of the best China books I ve read and I ve read about 50 of them It s long and very involved but written in a clear and fluid style It is uite simply fascinating brimful with interesting episodes and tidbits impossible to find anywhere else Details about Mao s illnesses drug addictions sex life and death are particularly salient while figures and topics you can find in nearly any China book Jiang ing Lin Biao the Cultural Revolution the Great Leap Forward etc are presented in a whole new light Penned by an erudite and Western educated På Vei man who saw and spoke with the chairman nearly every day he was in power the Private Life of Chairman Mao is engaging than The Spider vs The Empire State most standard Mao biographies which is of course because it is a first hand behind the scenes account It Twinkle Twinkle Little Star may take you a while to get through it and you The Rogue King The Rogue King #1 may wish to supplement it with one of those standard biographies but if you ve got a bit of The Rogue King Inferno Rising #1 mental stamina or consider yourself a serious China watcher this narrative is a The Collected Stories must

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The Private Life of Chairman Mao Free download Ï 2 Nversations in his diaries as well as in his memory In this book Dr Li vividly reconstructs his extraordinary time with Chairman Mao. Damn It Feels Good To Be A DictatorI liked House of Cards but I love this book Breathtaking power struggles filled to the brimIt would not be a cake walk for a non Chinese to fully appreciate this book but it should definitely be no harder to read than the Lord of the Rings Only the traitors traitorous and monsters monstrous And upon finishing this book the reader would finally truly fully understand why the Ring or Power in this book is so PRECIOUSIt s easy to take the moral high ground and pass judgement on Mao here but I think I could easily have done worse had I had held the Ring myself


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    READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Li Zhisui served as a personal physician to Mao Zedong for twenty two years And yet he doesn’t have much to say in his 700 odd page memoir that could be considered worthwhileZhisui in fact warns the reader in the introduct

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    Review The Private Life of Chairman Mao READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Li Zhisui ´ 2 Free download Wow This man is insane Forget the failed economic policies Forget 30 million people killed some say 60 million and I've even heard 9

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    Review The Private Life of Chairman Mao READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui This book was written by Mao’s private doctor published in 1994 before Li's death in 1995 It’s about his experiences with one of the most important figures in modern world history All readers must uestion if it is accurate and unbiased I did as well My answer is that I just don’t know However Li was certainly Mao’

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    READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Li Zhisui ´ 2 Free download Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Li Zhisui In 2009 I read a digital edition of Traditional Chinese of this book which was sent by a net pal who was in Honkong at th

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    Li Zhisui ´ 2 Free download READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui This is one of the best China books I've read and I've read about 50 of them It's long and very involved but written in a clear and fluid style It is uite simply fascinating; brimful with interesting episodes and tidbits im

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    Li Zhisui ´ 2 Free download READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui I borrowed this book from a hotel library in Playa del Carmen last summer I just finished it today I relished it I see so many of the behaviors described here reenacted in our current cultural wars especially among my liberal brethren The same obsession with ideological purity the same appetite for purges for branding as a counterrevolutionary whoever does not toe the line The word has changed though and been substituted by many

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    READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Li Zhisui Review The Private Life of Chairman Mao This book is flawed in many respects First its author is an admitted naif as re politics history psychology etc Although he delves into such perspectives he doesn't get much beyond the surface Second as he also admits his class background was bourgeois his exposure to the lives of ordinary Chinese only coming late in his career Third he only entered the scene late after the revolution Fourth having burned his original notes his memoir is b

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    Li Zhisui ´ 2 Free download Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Li Zhisui READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Damn It Feels Good To Be A DictatorI liked House of Cards but I love this book Breathtaking power struggles filled to the brimIt would not be a cake walk for a non Chinese to fully appreciate this book but it should definitely be no harder to read than the Lord of the Rings Only the traitors traitorous and monst

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    READ The Private Life of Chairman Mao Author Li Zhisui Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Li Zhisui Review The Private Life of Chairman Mao Interesting read I'd recommend this One anecdote that stood out to me is how when Mao traveled by train during the famine the local governments moved all the crops in the fields and put them near the train tracks s

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  • The Private Life of Chairman Mao
  • Li Zhisui
  • English
  • 07 August 2020
  • 9780679764434