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In the 63 years since the establishment of Beijing Xinhua printing factory, many little-known stories have taken place outside the factory and witnessed major historical events since the founding of new China, which can be told or described through every book they print, through the personal experience of every employee, and through the evolution of the factory, Just a few small details in this scroll

when the Xinhua printing factory was first built, it was on the west wall. At present, there are no decent houses except for some burned plants of the Zhengzhong book company. But at that time, the policy was loose, and no one wanted wasteland outside the city. Therefore, the way of horse racing and land occupation was adopted. The staff in the factory nailed the wooden pile to the ground and pulled it up with iron wire to protect their own factory floor. Wu Wenxiang, a 79 year old former head of Xinhua printing factory, recalled

Wu Wenxiang said that compared with today, Beijing Xinhua printing factory used to enclose a large area with iron wire, and the only place next to it was the Beijing Municipal Party school. But at that time, the land was not worth money, and it was all national. Who occupied the land and had to manage it? It was very troublesome to occupy too much. Therefore, each unit does not occupy too much, and it is OK to meet the needs. This concept lasted for decades, and even in the early stage of reform and opening up, many units occupied the land of Beijing Xinhua printing factory, and the factory also made contributions. When opening Gongzhuang street, it was also occupied free of charge, and the policy at that time was that whoever had children should take them away. At the order of the government, the workshops around the road moved away the selection skills and key points of the pressure shear experimental machine, and everyone did not complain at all

Wu Wenxiang said that at that time, Xinhua printing factory was one of the largest printing factories in Beijing, which was as important as the Beijing banknote printing factory in the Guang'an gate of Nancheng. Because one prints money, the other prints important documents. (3) According to the range selected by the hammer

volume 1-4 of Mao Zedong anthology

so far, I can't find a mistake

the former chief engineer of China National Printing Corporation, Lian Jie, has personally experienced the typesetting and printing of Mao Zedong anthology. He said that before the founding of new China, the selected works of Mao Zedong had been printed, but because of limited conditions, the quality of the printed books was not high. After the founding of new China, the first major task received by Beijing Xinhua printing factory was to publish the first volume of selected works of Mao Zedong. Printing began on September 1st, 1951, and 70000 copies were printed for the first time

Lian Jie said that in those years, all workshops that published the selected works of Mao Zedong had strict regulations to issue special certificates to relevant employees. Without certificates, it was difficult for even the factory director to enter the workshop. When it comes to the printing of important documents of the party, it is more strict. Not only do we need to have certificates, the workshop is also equipped with soldiers to stand guard, and the operators of key links will live in the workshop on the day of document printing. For these special requirements, the whole factory staff can understand and feel very honored

Lian Jie said that since then, Xinhua factory has successively published 2-5 volumes of selected works of Mao Zedong. However, the quality of the typesetting, proofreading, printing and other links of volumes 1-4 of the selected works of Mao Zedong is extremely high. Up to now, no one can pick out a mistake, not even a wrong punctuation mark

the law is arranged into a cold sweat

integrity said that because Beijing Xinhua printing factory undertakes the printing of the works of state leaders and important documents, it has high requirements for the quality of printing

in his decades of printing career, he still remembered one thing. I remember that when compiling and publishing Deng Xiaoping's anthologies, after a long period of preparation, it was finally time to start printing. When 10000 copies had been printed, the proofreader suddenly found that in line 13 on page 513, the words of law were arranged in Tianjin. We were scared out of a cold sweat, shut down the machine, corrected the wrong words, and reprinted all the wrong prints

employees used to live in a stable and eat dried radish

Li Yugen, former deputy director of Beijing Xinhua printing factory, recalled that in the early days of the establishment of the factory, the dormitory of the employees' families began to be located in the former temple at No. 52, Beilishi road. Since then, it has been built year by year, with a maximum of 12 staff dormitory areas. Most of the dormitories built by Xinhua factory are adapted to local conditions. Some are rebuilt on the basis of sheds, some use old plants, and some are simply rebuilt in horse feeding sheds

Li Yugen recalled that the most difficult period for the employees of Xinhua factory was three years of natural disasters. Due to the poor harvest of grain, the food ration of the employees was also reduced by four or five kilograms per month, and there was a lack of oil, eggs, meat and vegetables. Because of insufficient food, many people can only drink soup, which causes many people to be swollen. In response to the call of the government, they went to the suburbs to grow vegetables to subsidize employees. He was specifically responsible for it. Later, the factory found more than ten acres of wasteland in the Xiaohongmen production team, and the transmission grating ruler was evenly engraved with parallel lines, namely grid lines. Zhang Zhenhe, the general affairs department, led the team to plant radishes, and bought radishes from more than 10 acres to make dried radishes. During this period, employees ate dried radish every day, especially some dried radish with mildew and hair, which they were reluctant to throw away and steamed into steamed buns. Employees can't buy more of this kind of food every day, but only one copy

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