Traditional architecture with large wall mural promoting the unity of Asian peoples in “resisting American aggression,” summer 1971

Visualizing Early 1970s China through the Lens of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars (CCAS) Friendship Delegations

Traditional architecture with large wall mural promoting the unity of Asian peoples in “resisting American aggression,” summer 1971

The inscription over the round gate says, “Denouncing revisionism.” At the dawn of China’s rapprochement with the United States, the level of hostile propaganda directed toward the United States remained high. During the CCAS visits, a series of propaganda posters denouncing American imperialism caught the delegates' attention.