Olunchun woman hunter under Chinese Communism 1950s.
Chinese propaganda at the time of Mao Tse Tung.
Original description: An Olunchun hunts woman makes some purchases in a co-operative. The Olunchunes are one of the national minorities in Northeast China who before the liberation led a primitive hunting life in the areas of the Hsingan Montain Range. They now posses a hospital, schools and co-operatives.
Source: The Road To Socialism Embassy Packet. Edited by China Pictorial. Printed in the People’s Republic of China.
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