May Fourth Movement
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May 4, 1919, is a significant date in Chinese history. It’s the day a student protest took place in Beijing and set off what came to be known as the May Fourth Movement.
Zhou Lingzhao, a well-known Chinese artist, created a famous oil painting in 1951 entitled “May 4th Movement”, depicting that memorable event.
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