A Chinese Liberation Army Man’s 1989

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Publisher Description

A memoir of a Chinese Liberation Army Man. It tells the story of a Chinese soldiers' experience during June 4th, 1989 and after that. The author, a PLA soldier at the time, was caught by the PLA near Tiananman' Square on June 5th, 1989, was tortured at the scene and then put into custody and house arrest for 8 months. Later he was discharged from the army and sent back to his home village to struggle for his own survival.
This is the most unique book about Chinese society during and after 1989. It painted a vivid picture of the Chinese society at the time. The story is so dramatic and makes some think it is fictional, but it is a true story.

This memoir was published in Chinese by Mirror Books in 2009 and banned in China.

The Chinese version of this book is available in libraries of many top universities around the world. It is a required reading for some graduate students majored in Chinese modern history in many top universities.

GENRE
Biography
RELEASED
2021
4 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
452
Pages
PUBLISHER
Cai Zheng
SIZE
344.2
KB