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It prepared for wide distribution numerous posters, maps, and charts showing Soviet progress in various fields. It organized mass meetings and parades to commemorate Stalin's birthday, the anniversary of the October Revolution, the signing of the Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance, and Mutual Assistance, and other important events in Sino-Soviet relations. During a Sino-Soviet Friendship Month in 1952 it was reported that over 20 million urban inhabitants saw Soviet f i l m s . (13) Lecture meetings were held to hear Chinese students and workers who had visited the Soviet Union.

The attitude of the Communists toward intellectuals was from early days based on a recognition of practical need on the one hand and their ideological thinking on the other. Mao Tse-tung stressed the importance of "absorbing" the intellectuals into the Communist Party. The intellectuals were needed for the revolution not only because they had the knowledge and experience that could be utilized for e f f e c t i v e service, but also because they had traditionally been the molders of the public mind and were in a position to generate public support for the new regime.

Most of the research institutes in the Academy are in various fields of science and technology, but there were also institutes for history, international relations, philosophy, literature, languages and linguistics, and other nonscience fields. Celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the October Revolution in 1957, the Minister of Higher Education called for redoubled efforts to learn from the Soviet Union. (23) He gave interesting statistics to show the wide range of leadership activities of the Soviet experts in Chinese universities.

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