• Short Summary

    Hundreds of millions of people last weekend celebrated the return of purged Deputy Premier Teng Hsiao-ping, holding rallies and demonstrations throughout China.

  • Description

    1.
    GV RALLY AT THE WORKERS' STADIUM IN PEKING
    5 ft

    2.
    SV PLA SOLDIERS/WORKERS/STUDENTS APPLAUDING (2 SHOTS)
    11 ft

    3.
    CU PEKING MAYOR WU TEH APPLAUDING
    13 ft

    4.
    SV LONG BANNERS AND FLAGS AT STADIUM
    15 ft

    5.
    CU PLA SOLDIERS LISTEN
    16 ft

    6.
    CU MAYOR WU TEH SPEAKING
    20 ft

    7.
    CU PLA SOLDIERS/WORKERS APPLAUDING AND UP FISTS
    26 ft

    8.
    CU MAYOR WU TEH ALSO HOLDING UP FIST
    28 ft

    9.
    SV PLA SOLDIERS APPLAUDING
    30 ft

    10.
    WV HUGE DEMONSTRATION AT TIEN-AN-MEN SQUARE
    33 ft

    11.
    SV RED FLAGS AND BANNERS
    35 ft

    12.
    SV DANCING GIRLS AND DRAGON DANCING (4 SHOTS)
    43 ft

    13.
    SV PORTRAITS OF MAO/HUA/CHAU - MARCHING (2 SHOTS)
    50 ft

    14.
    CU DEMONSTRATORS SHOUTING SLOGANS
    52 ft

    15.
    MV PLA SOLDIERS MARCHING WITH BANNERS
    55 ft



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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Hundreds of millions of people last weekend celebrated the return of purged Deputy Premier Teng Hsiao-ping, holding rallies and demonstrations throughout China.

    In Peking, Mayor W??? Teh, a politburo member who earlier this year reportedly harboured reservations about Mr. Teng's rehabilitation, led the capital's tributes to the 74-year-old Deputy Premier.

    Mr. Wu told a rally of 100,000 in the Workers' Stadium that comrade Teng Hsiao-ping was one of the long-tested leaders of our party, our army and our country.

    It was Mr. Wu who appealed for calm on April 5, 1976 when pro-Teng crowds rioted at Tien-am-men Square. He condemned the riots as counter-revolutionary.

    In Peking alone, more than two million people had demonstrated in support of the decisions taken by the third plenum of the Central Committee.

    On Friday an official communique announced Mr. Teng's return as China's third-ranking leader ad the expulsion of the radical gang of four - Chiang (Madame Mao), Wang Hung-wen, Chang Chun-Chiao and Yao Wen-yuan.

    Gigantic demonstrations were held in other cities. In Shanghai, two million people turned out while one quarter of Tientsin's four million inhabitants took part in demonstrations and meetings.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA5PX8VMWUQIBSE7YRWQLO2EK3N
    Media URN:
    VLVA5PX8VMWUQIBSE7YRWQLO2EK3N
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    25/07/1977
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:28:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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