[unable to retrieve full-text content]In the early 1960s, when Chairman Mao Zedong was worried about a possible war with the Soviet Union after an ugly political falling out, he responded with an extensive industrial campaign known as the Third-Front Construction to relocate China’s key institutions, research facilities and military factories farther inland.As a result, Mianyang city in the southwestern province of Sichuan became a major destination for facilities and talent, turning the once-sleepy town into China’s stronghold of…
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