Exhibition Marking CPC Centenary Opens at Capital Museum
An exhibition titled "Great Journey: Special Exhibition Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China" kicked off at the Capital Museum in Beijing on March 9. The Capital Museum has joined hands with the Shanghai History Museum (also known as Shanghai Revolution Museum), Hebei Museum, the Memorial for the Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and Xibaipo Memorial Hall. 280 exhibits including photos, manuscripts and items are on display, demonstrating the splendor of the Party over 100 years.
The exhibition is opened in the D Exhibition Hall on the third floor of the museum. The exhibits are arranged in a chronological order based on four significant historic periods: the birth of the Communist Party of China, the Agrarian Revolution, the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, and the founding of the People’s Republic of China. The historical items provide visitors a good grasp of the whole revolution course from the birth of the CPC to the founding of the PRC. The exhibition also uses digital and multimedia interactive methods, aiming to provide a more vivid experience for visitors.
The exhibition is co-organized by Beijing Lu Xun Museum (also known as the New Culture Movement Memorial Museum), Pingjin Campaign Memorial, Beijing Municipal Archives, the Memorial for the Site of the Second National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and the Memorial for the Site of the Fourth National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Many exhibits are on loan from them.
It’s worth mentioning that daily numbers of visitors are capped in the museum, and visitors must make a reservation with their real names through the Capital Museum’s WeChat account. The museum doesn’t receive groups and reservation by call now.
Sponsored by Xicheng District People’s Government of Beijing Municipality
Undertaken by Xicheng District Media Convergence Center
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