General Information about Chinese Society
Complete and Consolidate the Victory, New China Library Series No. 1; 8 articles from early 1950 about developments in China as well as on international affairs. (Peking: FLP, May 1950), 59 pages.
China’s Youth March Forward, FLP, Peking, 1950, 70 pages.
China’s Feet Unbound, by Wilfred G. Burchette, (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1952), 196 pages. About the rapid changes in China during the first couple years of the People’s Republic.
China’s New Creative Age, by Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury, (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1953), 208 pages.
Education Must Be Combined With Productive Labour, Lu Ting-yi, FLP, Peking, 1958, 32 pages.
A Great Decade, by Chou En-lai, 1959. Summing up the achievements of the country in the decade since the founding of the People’s Republic of China. (Peking: FLP, 1959), 45 pages.
Letters From China: Numbers 11-20, by Anna Louise Strong, (Peking: New World Press, 1964), 186 pages. (Missing interior title page; otherwise complete.)
Let A Hundred Flowers Blossom, Lu Ting-yi, Director of the Propaganda department of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, FLP, Peking, 1964, 35 pages.
Revolutionize Our Youth, Hu Yao-pang, Report on the work of the Chinese Communist Youth League delivered at its Ninth Congress, june 11, 1964, FLP, Peking, 1964, 51 pages.
Political Work – Lifeline of all work, Hongqi (Red Flag) Commentator, FLP, Peking, 1964, 62 pages.
In Celebration of 21st Anniversary of Founding of the People’s Republic of China, Hsinhua News Agency press report, Sept. 30, 1970, 36 double pages with print in teletype font.
Geography of China, English language edition, (Peking: FLP, 1972), 68 pages.
China – A Geographical Sketch, a revised and enlarged version of the above pamphlet, (Peking: FLP, 1974), 144 pages.
Some Basic Facts About China: Ten Questions and Answers, Supplement to China Reconstructs magazine, Jan. 1974, 95 pages. Includes sections on People’s Communes, Neighbourhood Life, the General Line for Socialist Construction, National Economic Development, the Policy of ‘Walking on Two Legs’, Women, Minorities, Education and Health.
More Basic Facts About China, Supplement to China Reconstructs magazine, Jan. 1976, 105 pages. Includes sections on Socialist Economic Construction, How the Oil Industry was Developed, Tachai Commune and the Socialist Countryside, Education, Factories Run their own Colleges, Barefoot Doctors, Cadre Schools, etc.
New China’s First Quarter Century, (Peking: FLP, 1975), 228 pages.