To the Storm: The Odyssey of a Revolutionary Chinese Woman Setting & Symbolism

Yue Daiyun
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Beijing

Beijing is a major city in and the capital of China.

Beijing University

Beijing University, known as Beida, is located in Beijing ad the most prestigious school in the country.

Guizhou Province

Guizhou Province is located in central China, southwest of Beijing where Yue Daiyun was born and raised.

Zhaitang

Zhaitang is a farming community located approximately thirty miles northwest of Beijing where Yue Daiyun was sent to work in the countryside.

Xiaohongmen

Xiaohongmen is a town there hours south of Beijing where Yue Daiyun worked on the second land reform in September 1965.

Liyuzhou

Liyuzhou is located in Jiangxi Province, which is south of Beijing.

Nanchang

Nanchang is a city in South China located south of Liyuzhou.

Anyuan

Anyuan is the coal mine in South China where Mao first organized the coal miners in 1922.

Sanwan

Sanwan is the town in South China where Mao formed the troops...

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