Citizens visiting a joint exhibition on June 25.
On June 25, a joint exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and a revolutionary cultural relics donation ceremony were held at the Hunan Provincial Party History Exhibition Hall.
Hunan is rich in red or revolutionary resources. The event is guided by the Hunan Provincial Leading Group Office for Party History Learning and Education and the Publicity Department of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee. It is hosted by the Hunan Provincial Party History Research Institute, the Hunan Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, and the Hunan Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau. It aims to give full play to the major role of patriotism education bases at all levels, demonstrate the connotation and value of revolutionary cultural relics, promote joint construction and sharing of red resources within the province, and develop high-quality classes for Party history learning and education.
More than a hundred patriotic education bases and memorial halls across the province simultaneously launched more than one hundred theme exhibitions marking CPC centenary. The celebrations focus on the course of the Chinese people’s revolution, construction, reform, and development in the new era under the Party’s leadership. The activities showcased that the Chinese nation has stood up, become better off, and grown in strength, and highlighted Hunan’s position in the century-old Party history, and achieved synergy at political, ideological, and artistic level. Of the total, five were selected into the "Recommended List of Excellent Exhibitions Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China" by the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee and the National Cultural Heritage Administration. These exhibitions will also be held at communities, schools, metro stations, high-speed railway stations, and other provinces.
This article is from Hunan Provincial Government www.enghunan.gov.cn.
Translator: Xiao Juan
Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn