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May 14, 2006
An elderly man reads inscriptions beneath a statue of the late chairman Mao Zedong in Nanjie village...
Nanjie, China
Man reads inscriptions below statue of Mao in Nanjie
An elderly man reads inscriptions beneath a statue of the late chairman Mao Zedong in Nanjie village of Luohe city in China's central Henan province May 13, 2006. Nanjie village, with its more than 3,100 residents, is touted to be one of the remaining models of communist China where principles of morality and collectivism of Mao still strictly guide the people's daily lives. Aside from free housing, healthcare, food rations and education, locals working in the village's 26 factories receive an average salary of 250 yuan ($30 a month). The village's return to communism came at the same time the rest of the country opened up to the capitalist market in the mid 1980s. Mao is still highly revered in Nanjie, enjoying a god-like status. Photo taken May 13, 2006. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
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