An Investigative Report on Mysterious Chinese Clandestine Stations
On January 13, 1967, the Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported in a dispatch from Hong Kong that two anti-Mao-Lin clandestine radio stations - the Voice of the Liberation Army (Jiefangjun zhi Sheng) and Spark (Huohua) - had been monitored since mid-December. Japan's major daily quoted China watchers' speculation that the two clandestine stations originated from mainland China. Long live the great Chinese Communist Party! Long live our revolutionary Liberation Army! Long live the great Chinese Communist Party!