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And you know the famous quote about being doomed to repeat the history we forget.... Ji-li Jiang writes of a terrible time the history of China and in her life. Her family went from a success story to being blamed for a grandfather being a landlord which was considered the worst, their furniture was taken, their clothes, their father and they were questioned as enemies. As soon as I finished I wanted to learn all I could about what would make a country change so much for Mao. Having had a lifelong personal passion for style & elegance, Sarah Kate Byrne has established herself as a leading sustainable fashion stylist and brand advisor. Our current system is not working, but communism is not the answer. We need a system where classes exist, but people have the ability to rise to whatever class they dream of. Fabulous memoir of growing up during the Cultural Revolution in China. Second, in China, the red scarf is worn by the students of local schools, which is telling us that the book is about how a "regular" girl is affected by the cultural revolution. This is one of the first real life memoirs that I have read, and now I definitely want to read another one. At times it was hard to remember that this book is a memoir and the horrific acts I was reading about not only really happened, but they happened to a young girl. While this is happening, she sometimes questions the authority and motives of the people implementing the policies. But she never thinks to question the policies themselves, or their source in Mao. Life is stranger than fiction. Reading this unassuming-looking middle-grade book from 1999 really displays the truth of that statement. The Hunger Games, Divergent–none of these modern popular dystopian works come even close to the impact of Ji-li Jiang’s Red Scarf Girl. As Ji-li takes us through her life during the start of China’s Cultural Revolution, the fabric of Chinese society crumbles day by day. Heartbreak and destruction are constant, as homes are ransacked, the elderly are beaten in the streets, and children are coerced into denouncing their parents, all in the name of a poisonous left-wing ideology. Woven in a dazzling pillar box red with a gentle trim, it’s one of a range of carefully selected colours. Honglingjin means red scarf in Chinese, and red scarves have been worn by every primary school student in mainland China since 1949. The word honglingjin or red scarf is one that every Chinese person immediately recognises and remembers, and that is why the name Red Scarf was chosen to represent the interests of young Chinese people living in the UK. Brand delivers on quality and colour in every product. If you want to arrive at the wedding in a top quality pashmina - make sure you look for the logo. It's a gorgeous vivid Cherry Red colour with a tasseled trim. Ji-Li comes under pressure (and you need to remember she’s still a child at that point) to dissociate herself from her family in order to become a true revolutionary. What to say about this...sometimes I have to resist the urge to review every book that I read. After all, people do search for books to read and all the reviews pop up underneath them, so if they are interested enough to click on this book, they are likely interested enough to read what people said about it. Moving, honest, and deeply personal, Red Scarf Girl is the incredible true story of one girl’s courage and determination during one of the most terrifying eras of the twentieth century. Ever since this song, the scarf has become synonymous with Swift amongst her fans. Combining the scarf reference with the re-release of Red, the red scarf emoji is the perfect symbol to support Swift today. But here we are, nine years later, and the mystery is still bridging the gap between Swifties and experts alike, with investigations ongoing. A red scarf ("foulard rouge") was adopted as the symbol of those counter-protesting the excesses and violence of the Yellow vests movement ("gilets jaunes"). Red Scarf’s advice and insights simply allow young Chinese people to live better lives in the UK, and to get the most out of their time here. Red Scarf’s company vision is to help and inspire people and make a positive difference in their lives, and everything that you find here is designed to achieve just this. The intent behind Red Scarf was simple; to inspire and encourage young Chinese people in the UK to get the most out of their time here, and to provide advice and insights to help them to do just that.