By Martin Walters
Китай является местообитанием ряда необычных видов, многие из которых являются редкими и находящимися под угрозой исчезновения. Этот новый справочник представляет обзор видов, которые в первую очередь привлекают внимание любителей природы. Натуралисты могут увидеть ряд местообитаний: суровые пустыни северо-запада и Тибетское плато, облесенные горные склоны и реки, озера и тропические леса крайнего юга. Очень интересны многие лекарственные растения, редкие виды журавлей и, конечно, большая панда. Книга будет интересна как начинающим любителям природы, так и опытным натуралистам.
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Xliii INTRODUCTION Clampdown The clampdown was gradual. Throughout the winter of 1978-79, the party had permitted the activities of the democracy movement. Much of what the activists were protesting—the Cultural Revolution, past class-line policies and corruption—were also targets of the new regime. By April, however, the party's tolerance had been strained to the limit by demands for democracy and individual rights. The official press, which at times had encouraged the democracy movement, now condemned the activists for promoting bourgeois freedom and individualism, desiring to eliminate class struggle, and wanting to get rid of the leadership of the party.
Deng Xiaoping, who had been restored to power after having been ousted in the Cultural Revolution, and who was generally considered Zhou's choice as a successor, was blamed for the incident and once more dismissed from his posts. A huge number of the demonstrators in the Tiananmen Incident were from two groups within the Mao Generation: the ordinary- and bad-class returnees from the countryside and the good-class children of revolutionary cadres. By now, these former Red Guards were no longer youths; those born in 1949, the year of liberation were twentyseven.
Desperately . . " + Because of our focus on the Mao Generation, the themes we wished to stress, space limitations, or the fact that we were unable to obtain biographical information in time, we were regrettably forced to omit some very fine literature of this period, by writers such as Liu Binyan, Gao Xiaosheng, Liu Shahe, Jiang He, and Shi Tiesheng. Twelve of the authors included in this anthology can be considered representative of the Mao Generation. Two authors (Gu Gong and Wei Ming) describe actual members of this generation in their essays; the two older authors (Zhang Jie, Zhang Xian), are included in this collection because they write sympathetically about the Mao Generation.