Women for sex in mao

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As sex and politics danced a pas de deux in the Beijing of Mao Tse-tung, the self-indulgence of the top leader spanned the personal and the political, and private excesses had consequences for bystanders and public policy. Despite enormous differences in the Chinese and U. Both women remained ambitious, but as their husbands rose to supreme power, both stood at a tangent to the lines of political authority. The structural ambiguity made Jiang the object of excessive fear, flattery and scapegoating.

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Relations between China and Britain, already strained by the dispute over Hong Kong, have plummeted further because of a British Broadcasting Corp. It was made to mark the th anniversary of Mao's birth on Dec. The Chinese Embassy said that the BBC had produced the documentary for political reasons and that nothing could sully the Chinese Communist leader's place in history. A BBC spokesman defended the film, saying that while it discussed Mao's sexual adventures, it was "a comprehensive portrayal of his rule that does record his contribution to the life of modern China. The documentary traces Mao's rise to power, the Communist victory in the civil war over Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists and his rule from until his death in It includes an interview with Mao's personal physician of 22 years, Dr. Li Zhisui, now retired and living in Chicago, who says in a brief segment that Mao frequently had extramarital sex, especially with young women.

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Li Zhisui, Mao's personal physician for nearly 22 years. Li often slept in a small room next to Mao's ballroom-size bedroom, traveled with him and had many late night conversations with him. Li Zhisui, excerpts reprinted U.
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