In 1978, Hua Guofeng is replaced by Deng Xiaoping. Under Deng, the reform and opening up of the economy starts that has made China the economic power that it is today. Material wellbeing and the freedom to have fun are promoted, the Cultural Revolution is covered up. The struggle against crime and corruption now become important themes. Private entrepreneurs slowly start to become active. The posters fantasize about the great future that lies ahead: spacecraft, high-speed bullet trains, high-rise buildings and freeways filled with cars. But there is a limit: the People's Movement of 1989, calling for a more democratic type of socialism, is crushed in the bloodbath on Tian'anmen Square in Beijing, 3-4 June.