Shop vendor stands besides portraits of late chairman Mao in Beijing
A shop vendor stands besides portraits of the late chairman Mao Zedong, on sale at a flea market in Beijing May 16, 2006. Tuesday marks the anniversary of the start of the Cultural Revolution, but the date will pass quietly in China, not for lack of interest or sentiment, but because the ruling Communist party, obsessed with stability, has issued a blanket ban on the subject. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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