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Statement of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, February 25, 1967: A fairly typical example of Chinese responses to alleged new threats to the security of Sihanouk's Cambodia: Peking offers support and encouragement but urges that the Cambodians do the actual resisting. Peking Review, No. 10 (March 3, 1967)
Joint declaration of summit conference of indo-chinese peoples: Called by Sihanouk and attended by Laotian and Vietnamese communist delegations, the “summit conference” was important mainly for its apparent agreement with Hanoi's position that the war had become an Indochina war and required tighter coordination. The presence of Chou En-lai at the April 25 session was not reported in the declaration. The joint declaration was issued to the press on April 27, 1970 by Sihanouk in Peking; it was also released on the same date in Hanoi, Sam Neua (Laos), and “South Vietnam.” Peking Review, Special Issue (May 8, 1970); excerpts.
‘Burmese Government Must Stop Ali. Anti-Chinese Atrocities at Once’ Jen-min jih-pao editorial of June 30, 1967. Reading to the anti-Chinese riots in Rangoon, Peking makes the first decisive break with the Burmese government and refers approvingly to the CPB's “armed struggle.” The translation is by Anna Sun Ford
Statement of the government of the people's Republic of China, May 4, 1970: Reacting to the american thrust into cambodia and the brief renewal of bombing of north vietnam, peking vows its full support of the communist parties of indochina and urges protracted fighting. peking review, no. 19 (May 5, 1970)
Documents: Education in Communist China: Be Explorers in the Revolution in Education Under the Guidance of Mao Tse-tung's Thought: Report on the resumption of classes at the Yenan Middle School in Tientsin, by the PLA's Tientsin United Command for the Organization and Training of Revolutionary Teachers and Students; Jen-min jih-pao, October 28, 1967
Documents: Education in Communist China: Establishment of the Military Control Committee in Military Academies: Decision of the Military Commission of the CCP CC, April 19, 1967, concerning the enforcement of military control in higher military academies and schools; Current Background, No. 852 (May 6, 1968)
Documents: Education in Communist China: Carry on the Cultural Revolution Thoroughly and Transform the Educational System Completely: Front-page editorial in Jen-min jih-pao, June 18, 1967, on the June 13th decision to change the examination and enrollment systems; Hsinhua release in English, June 18, 1967