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15 July 2015

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Revolutionary Traditions Carried on

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The photo, taken on September 5, shows numerous tourists visit Mao Zedong’s Former Residence. (Photo/Yu Mingcai)


The photo, taken on September 15, shows CPC members from an army hospital, the Hunan Provincial Hospital for Disabled Soldiers review the oath of joining the Communist Party of China at the Hunan Party History Exhibition Hall. The exhibition hall constantly adds exhibits, which attract many CPC members and the masses to learn about revolutionary history and traditions. (Photo/Li Jian, Hunan Daily) 


The photo, taken on September 1, shows tourists visit Liu Shaoqi Memorial Hall to learn about the deeds of the revolutionary pioneer. (Photo/Zhang Changliu)


The photo, taken on June 30, shows pupils from Chetou Central Primary School visit Chen Shuxiang Memorial Hall at Guitou Village, Meihua Town, Daoxian County. They take notes on Chen’s revolutionary deeds earnestly. (Photo/Jiang Keqing)


The photo, taken on September 15, shows tourists visit the Memorial Hall of the Joining of Red Army Forces at Wenjiashi Town, Liuyang. (Photo/Deng Xialin)


The photo, taken on July 31, shows tourists visit the former site of the Government of Workers, Peasants and Soldiers in Chaling County. It is the birthplace of China’s first political power of the CPC. (Photo/Guo Liliang, Hunan Daily)


CPC members and the masses visit a special exhibition hall on revolutionary history at Shazhou Village, Wenming Yao Township, Rucheng County. (Photo/Li Jian, Hunan Daily)

Hunan is the home province of great men and generals, and it is a land with rich revolutionary history. Hunan CPC members left us great heritage. Their revolutionary spirits and traditions must be carried on, which are the source of inspiration in the new era for cadres and the masses.

This article is from Hunan Provincial Government www.enghunan.gov.cn.

Translator: Xiao Juan

Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn