Reddish colored Scarf Girl
By: Ji Li Jiang
Red Shawl Girl is actually a story that deals with the courage of any girl and her family when they are battling to survive during China's Ethnic Revolution in 1966. Ji Li Jiang, the author, explains to her history about the hardships that herself, family went through. As well the lessons that they learned.
Chairman Mao Ze-Dong, China's innovator launched the Cultural Wave that was intended to " break with the old and establish the new. " This brought challenges to everybody. Many Chinese had to accustom to negelecting old suggestions, old nationalities, old practices, and whatever dealt with " old" Chinese suppliers. The things that had been referred to as aged customs had been called Four Olds. That they had Red Guards to help digital rebel against the outdated system. They might search houses for any four olds. After they found a thing they would seize and ruin it.
Ji Li Jiang was born into a family who used to always be wealthy property owners that the Party did not just like. Landlords were said to be awful men because they used farmers. These were enemies and were considered worse than criminals and counterrevolutionaries. Many people believed Ji Li's dad, Lao Jiang, was a rightist who assaulted the Party and its socialism. This status caused Ji Li, her parents, grandma, brother and sister to get denied specific opportunities. Ji Li Jiang was a girl that performed well in institution and would not want to be talked about. She goes thru endeavors of self fact like the moment she was going to change her name to reduce all the bad luck and humiliation the name Jiang offered her. The lady hated her family of landlords and was ashamed to participate a family that everyone disliked. Later the lady realizes her family was too treasured to neglect and as well rare to rare to change.
The Ethnical Revolution had caused her father to venture to jail to get suspicion of committing a significant crime, her families treasures to be trashed or damaged into items, fear of staying arrested, her mothers sickness, lies,...