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Three skeletons and a woman holding a baby sit on a bench. The skeleton on the left holds a scythe in its left hand and a card upright in its right hand. The title of the poster is The Dead Edge Out the Living.
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Cartoon Posters: Comic Images, Social Criticism

Family Planning Practice (Images from different posters)

Title: 计划生育实践 The Practice of Family Planning

A cartoon panel featuring four panels. From top to bottom: The man’s mother cares for him when he is sick on his bed; he cares for his sick wife on her bed; he cares for his sick boss on a bed; and no one cares for his mother when she is sick on her bed

Reflections. Images from top to bottom: when I am sick; when my wife is sick; when my boss is sick; and when mother is sick.
无题有感
Created by Li Shimin 李时民

A cartoon shows adult faces smiling and revolving around a baby’s face in space among the stars.

Revolving Around the Sun (the child is the center of the family);
围着太阳转
ccreated by Hua Junwu 华君武

Three skeletons are sitting on a bench and shoving the mother and her baby off of the edge. The skeleton on the left holds a scythe in its left hand and a card upright in its right hand. The title of the poster is The Dead Edge Out the Living.

The Dead Edge Out the Living (limited land);
死人挤活人
created by Jiang Fan 江帆