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China's '56 Flowers' Singers Reopen Cultural Revolution's Wounds

A concert in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People by a group of young girls singing nothing but communist "red songs" has rekindled the debate in China over the legacy of the Cultural Revolution 50 years ago. The teen group 56 Flowers - the name is a reference to China's 56 ethnic groups - featured classic socialist songs, such as the anthem of the Cultural Revolution, during the concert earlier this month, along with catchy tunes and lyrics like “socialism is good” and “Mao...

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