Learning to be Peasant Farmer at Kindergarten: China 1975-6

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Ian Stehbens on March 19, 2010

Félicitations indeed, Roland.

Thank you very much for your appreciation. Both your comment and this photo are special for me. This image remains as one of the most significant memories of my first visit to China - and that was during one of China's difficult times.



谭政 on August 29, 2010


Ian Stehbens on August 31, 2010

Greetings 谭政,

I am most pleased that this brings back memories for you. It would be most wonderful if this little girl were to recognize herself in this photo and let me know her name!! [Approximate date of birth 1970.]

Thank you,

Ian (from Australia)

►Berat Qevî Endam on June 18, 2011

Nice and beautiful photo

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  • Best wishes & regards from IRAN

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Ian Stehbens on June 22, 2011

Thank you for your compliment, Barat. I like this photo too, especially as it brings back great memories for me.

Warm greetings from Australia to Iran


Manup on March 21, 2012

A nice shot for memories. In fact, this area has became the central part of the city GuangZhou, which is the capital of GuangDong province of China. So, everything has changed with times fly away. Best wishes, from Manup.

Ian Stehbens on March 21, 2012

I appreciate your comment and visit, Manup. Yes, special memories, and yes this was in GuangZhou. It was the garden of a kindergarten and this was part of the children's "education" then as they were learning to be "peasants" during the Cultural Revolution.

O, how China has changed!

Warmest wishes from Brisbane,


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