A few hours after leaving my hotel room, I stumbled upon a photo of a wall of Chinese construction work in Beijing.

The image was of the Great Wall, which was first constructed in the early 1960s. 

It looked like a massive statue.

“Wow,” I thought.

I had just learned that this was the largest and most impressive structure in China, and I was just starting to understand the complex and intricate history of the Chinese government.

“That’s where the Great Leap Forward happened,” the photographer said.

“The Great Leap Famine happened after that.” 

The Great Wall was built on a stretch of land that was previously inhabited by nomadic tribes who lived in what is now known as the Yunnan province.

During the Cultural Revolution, a series of purges in the 1970s and 1980s, the Chinese Communist Party, or CPC, outlawed all forms of culture and religion, and set up a rigid social hierarchy.

To achieve this, the party created a series in which men, women, and children were expected to serve the leadership. 

The Chinese government was not averse to using cultural artifacts to achieve its ideological goals, and the Great China Cultural Revolution and the Cultural Proclamation of Cultural Revolution are widely regarded as the largest cultural accomplishments in the history of China. 

But as the Great War neared its end, the Great wall was a target for nationalist groups and anti-Communist forces that sought to turn it into a museum. 

“They’re trying to get rid of the symbols of the great civilization that they’re trying [to] get rid [of],” the photographer said of the protesters.

“They want to put the Great Walls back.” 

As the Great People’s War, or People’s Liberation War, wound down, Chinese authorities used the Great walls as an open-air prison, holding thousands of dissidents, and as a prison camp to detain hundreds of thousands of political prisoners.

In the 1950s, thousands of men and women, some as young as 13, were put to work as laborers on the Great Chinese Wall of Friendship. 

During the war, the wall was used as a concentration camp.

Thousands of people were locked up in cramped cells and then shipped to concentration camps in the far north of China, where they were brutally tortured by Chinese guards. 

After the war ended, a large part of the wall that had been a prison for Chinese dissidents was destroyed and replaced with a new wall, complete with new guards and a new name. 

(Photo: AP/Kelsey Snell)In the early 1970s, in the wake of the Cultural War, Chinese President Hu Jintao set up the Great Cultural Revolution Memorial in Beijing, a memorial to all those killed during the Great Peoples War.

The Chinese government also rebuilt the Great Hall of the People in the capital to commemorate the sacrifices made by those who served in the war.

But the Great History Memorial was destroyed, along with the wall at the Great Patriotic War Memorial. 

A few months later, in 1988, the Supreme People’s Court issued an order declaring that the Great World Monument, located at the site of the previous Great Wall Monument, had become a National Monument. 

In 2004, a monument dedicated to the Great Liberation War was erected in the heart of Beijing, near the Great Gate of the Forbidden City, and was renamed the Great National Liberation War Memorial in honor of the tens of thousands who died during the Cultural Victory. 

I had been to a few of these memorials before, and it was still very much a museum tour. 

To the untrained eye, the memorials look like huge wooden crosses, but they are actually statues. 

At the site, the monument was flanked by three giant stone walls that formed a semicircle, with the Great Great Wall itself at the far end.

The Great Great Walls, as they are called, were constructed during the era of the Qing Dynasty and the early years of the Republic of China in the 17th century. 

One of the most famous statues is of Liu He, who was one of the founding fathers of modern China.

“I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at that statue and thought, That’s not right,” said Katherine. 

For her, the image of Liu is the most significant of the statues.

“Liu is the symbol of the Communist Party,” she said.

Liu He is the Chinese name for the Chinese Revolution and Great Patriotics, the Communist Cultural Revolution that began in the late 1920s.

I was a little skeptical, so I asked Kathy if she could take me to see it.

She agreed.

We took the elevator to the entrance of the museum.

The elevator was packed with people.

It was a huge building with a long hall.

There was no way I was going to be able to get through to the memorial without bumping into some other people. 

We walked up the stairs and were ushered inside

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