Mao Zedong Quotes
It is good that since the outbreak of the war with Japan, more and more revolutionary writers have been coming to Yan’an… But it does not necessarily follow that… they have integrated themselves completely with the masses here. The two must be completely integrated if we are to push ahead with our revolutionary work.
Return to Shaoshan I regret the passing, the dying, of the vague dream: my native orchards thirty-two years ago. Yet red banners roused the serfs, who seized three-pronged lances when the warlords raised whips in their black hands. We were brave and sacrifice was easy and we asked the sun, the moon, to alter the sky. Now I see a thousand waves of beans and rice and am happy. In the evening haze heroes are coming home.