【焦点大图】南街村-中国最后的毛派村

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在南街村,当地人醒来时仍然能从高音喇叭里听到“东方红”这首几乎等同于中华人民共和国国歌的经典音乐,这首音乐在20世纪60年代文革期间曾很流行。南街村,有3100多名居民,被吹捧为共产主义的中国,用毛主席的原则严格指导人们的日常生活的典范之一。在20世纪80年代,当中国其他地区进行市场改革,而南街村走向另一个方向,集体化农场和行业。除了 免费的住房,医疗,口粮和教育,在村里的工厂工作的当地人,平均工资为2500元(约合400美元)。路透社摄影师贾森·李近日前往南街村拍摄了下面这些照片。

The Last Maoist Village in China

In Nanjie Village, locals still wake to loudspeakers blaring “The East Is Red,” the classic anthem of People’s Republic of China during the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. Nanjie, with more than 3,100 residents, is touted as one of the last models of communist China, where the principles of the late Chairman Mao still strictly guide the people’s daily lives. In the 1980s, when the rest of China was introducing market reforms, Nanjie went the other direction, collectivizing its farms and industries. Aside from free housing, healthcare, food rations and education, locals working in the village’s factories receive an average salary of 2,500 yuan (about $400 USD). Reuters photographer Jason Lee recently traveled to Nanjie, coming back with the photographs below.

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A resident carrying her child cycles past a statue of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at Dong Fang Hong Square at night in Nanjie village, in China’s central Henan province September 24, 2012. Nanjie is touted to be one of the last remaining models of communist China, where the principles of morality and collectivism of the late Chairman Mao still strictly guide people’s daily lives. Mao is still highly revered in Nanjie, enjoying a god-like status.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Students from an art school practice dance in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A worker cleans near a poster of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at a thermal power plant of the Nanjie Cun Group, on September 25, 2012.(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Local resident Yang Guiqin shows her Nanjie Cun welfare card as she buys water at a shop in Nanjie village, on September 25, 2012.(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Two militiamen leave after standing guard at a statue of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at Dong Fang Hong Square in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012. The portraits, from left to right, depict Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, and Joseph Stalin.(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Workers pack bags of instant noodles onto a truck at an instant noodle factory of the Nanjie Cun Group in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A resident on the balcony of her welfare house at a community in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Tourist cars carry visitors towards a portrait of the Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin at Dong Fang Hong Square in Nanjie village, on September 25, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Residents push lawnmowers on a street in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A local exercises at a community center in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Students practice Chinese martial arts near a poster in Nanjie village, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


People work at a production line of an instant noodle factory of the Nanjie Cun Group in Nanjie, on September 24, 2012.(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Elderly residents eat their lunch at a nursing home in Nanjie, on September 25, 2012. The words on the wall read, “Overcome consciousness of private-ownership and establish concept of being a big family”.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A girl sits next to a portrait of the late Chairman Mao Zedong at a souvenir shop beside Dong Fang Hong Square in Nanjie, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A resident walks past a statue of the Mao Zedong in Nanjie, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A worker cycles past a thermal power plant of the Nanjie Cun Group in Nanjie, on September 25, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A local resident shows his meal tickets as he receives steamed bread in Nanjie, on September 25, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Residents rest near portraits of the Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin and dictator Joseph Stalin at Dong Fang Hong Square in Nanjie, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


Workers transfer bags of wheat flour past a banner reading “Put Politics in Command, Develop the Collective Economy” in Nanjie, on September 24, 2012.?(Reuters/Jason Lee)


A statue of China’s late Chairman Mao Zedong at in Nanjie village in China’s central Henan province, on September 25, 2012.(Reuters/Jason Lee)



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