DIVISION 1 STUDY CHINA

DIVISION 1 STUDY CHINA

  Chinese factory workers waving copies of Chairman Mao's  Little Red Book , nine months after the start of the Cultural Revolution. Photo: Star Tribune

Chinese factory workers waving copies of Chairman Mao's Little Red Book, nine months after the start of the Cultural Revolution. Photo: Star Tribune

T U E S D A Y,  2 4  J A N

Latin exam in the morning. It was vile. German in the afternoon – it was awful. Far too high a standard. Mocks are now over.

Did China in Current Events. It’s horrifying. The Chinese are encouraging a high birth rate because they seriously believe that if there was a world war, the nation left with the largest population would be the most powerful in the world. And children are taught this frightful philosophy in school. 

Went home with Susan Higgins and she was shocked when she heard that in Divi 1 we talk about politics in Current Events - she’s in Divi 3. It astonishes me that half our form take no interest in anything outside boys and make up.

How ghastly to be so dense – it must be the fault of the parents

Personally I can’t think of anything more interesting to talk about than China.

 

 

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