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A celebration on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of a Construction Factory in 1982. This factory was attached to the Beijing People's Machinery Factory

A celebration on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of a Construction Factory in 1982. This factory was attached to the Beijing People's Machinery Factory

Designer: Zakrewski. Year: 1964.  Title: The [Communist] Party.  Very rare, and available from the website.

Designer: Zakrewski. Year: 1964. Title: The [Communist] Party. Very rare, and available from the website.

The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Chinese: 毛主席纪念堂) or Mao Mausoleum, final resting place of Mao Zedong, located in the middle of Tiananmen Square, in Beijing, China

The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Chinese: 毛主席纪念堂) or Mao Mausoleum, final resting place of Mao Zedong, located in the middle of Tiananmen Square, in Beijing, China

Picture This Gallery, Hong Kong | Extensively Learn and apply The great thought of Mao. Vintage original Chinese Propaganda poster. Printed in Guangzhou, China, circa 1968.

Picture This Gallery, Hong Kong | Extensively Learn and apply The great thought of Mao. Vintage original Chinese Propaganda poster. Printed in Guangzhou, China, circa 1968.

National Geographic: 12 Award-Winning Wines with Shipping

$79 – National Geographic: 12 Award-Winning Wines with Shipping

National Geographic: 12 Award-Winning Wines with Shipping

The History of Spectacles    The invention of spectacles profoundly influenced progress in the arts and sciences, yet we do not know whom to thank for this invention. Marco Polo, journeying to China in 1270, is said to have observed elderly Chinese using spectacles. The Chinese themselves claim that spectacles originated in Arabia in the 11th century.

The History of Spectacles The invention of spectacles profoundly influenced progress in the arts and sciences, yet we do not know whom to thank for this invention. Marco Polo, journeying to China in 1270, is said to have observed elderly Chinese using spectacles. The Chinese themselves claim that spectacles originated in Arabia in the 11th century.

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