Shortly before finishing his A-levels, Thomas Höllmann started to become interested in China. He originally planned to study art, but as his enthusiasm for Chinese art grew, so did his interest in Chinese history. “In the early 1970s, the Cultural Revolution in China still had a high potential for attention,” says Hoellmann.
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