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Jon Sigurdson's Collection of Posters 1963-1983 external link

Republican public health posters external link

Dr. Dennis Hickey, Handbills from the Cultural Revolution (1966-76) external link

Princeton University Library - Block Prints of the Chinese Revolution (1911) external link

Thomas H. Hahn Docu-Images - Historical photographs of China external link

Thomas H. Hahn Docu-Images - Images from the Cultural Revolution external link

China posters online - the University of Westminster Collection external link

Visual depictions of Chiang Kai-shek from various forms of propaganda and other art from the 1940s through to the 2000s, with a particular concentration on negative images of Chiang. external link

Public relations, communication and interesting times in China, by Will Moss external link

'Picturing Power' exhibition at Indiana University with posters from the University of Westminster collection external link

Sports posters (in Chinese) external link

'Scrapbook of the Revolution', very interesting photographs and mementoes of the Cultural Revolution external link

Li Zhensheng, 'Red-Color News Soldier' (photographer) external link

General information on the International Institute of Social History's collections from and on South East Asia, including China external link

Poster design competition for the relief campaign for victims of the May 2008 earthquake external link

Half a Century of Chinese Woodblock Prints from the Communist Revolution - To the Open-Door Policy and Beyond (1945-1998), Sweet Briar College, curated by Chang Tsong-zung, Iris Wachs and Yan Shancun external link

Chinese pop posters, compiled by Olivier Laude external link

China: A Moment in Time. Selected Recollections Gathered in China. Project by John Regan, Claremont Graduate University, collecting recollections based on posters external link

The China Heritage Quarterly, previously China Heritage Newsletter, is edited by Geremie R. Barmé. It is a publication covering recent developments and scholarship in areas related to China's heritage, culture, history and society. external link

Webshop with recently produced Cultural Revolution style posters. external link

The Virtual Museum of the "Culture Revolution" by China News Digest International external link

Fairbank Chinese History Library: Rob Gray external link

Chris To's collection of Chinese Cultural Revolution relics external link

Danwei, a website and research firm that tracks Chinese media and Internet (formerly external link

The Chairman Smiles - Chinese Posters from the collection of the International Institute of Social History external link

Lei Feng's own homepage, showing slices of the intrepid hero's life, pages from his diary, and many other things. This site is maintained by the Liaoning Lei Feng Memorial Hall (in Chinese) external link

Mao Posters - Collection and webshop external link

Cyber Art Museum of Zhang Hongtu, offering many "faces of Mao" and other highly original art work external link

Morning Sun, a film and website about the Cultural Revolution, by Carma Hinton, Geremie Barmé and Richard Gordon (2002) external link

U.S. National Library of Medicine, Chinese Anti-Malaria Posters external link

U.S. National Library of Medicine, Chinese Public Health Posters external link

Rene Wanner's Poster Pages external link

Political Advertising in China: Introduction external link

Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Center, Yang Pei Ming external link

The Nianhua Gallery by James A. Flath (University of Western Ontario) external link

Dwight D. McWethy, relics from the Cultural Revolution external link

Chinese Propaganda Poster Project at University of Victoria, Canada external link

Communism on stamps, check the CultRev and Mao's legacy sites external link

Chinese woodblock prints: Nianhua, zhima, fu. A selection from the A. E. Maia do Amaral collection

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