Peking: Peking Review, 1977. 13 issues of the weekly magazine published in 1977, varying paginations, illustrated, text in English, all in original wraps, some creased, issue number one with red pen circles around headlines, 7.5x10 inches. Issues present are 1-3, 5, 7-15.
The most widely read abroad official Chinese newsmagazine of the time, with essays laying out the party line on numerous topics as well as reportage on events in allied countries, diplomatic meetings with third world leaders, and domestic news. During this period Hua Guofeng was trying to burnish his Maoist credentials, and there are several polemics against the recently-overthrown "Gang of Four."