CPC history in pictures (1): The founding
The photo shows a sculpture of the Wuchang Uprising during the 1911 Revolution. [Photo/Exhibition Road to Rejuvenation at the National Museum of China]
Note: The exhibition, which was first staged in 2007 and was again shown to celebrate the 60th anniversary of New China's founding in late-2009, reopened at the National Museum of China on March 1, 2011 and is a permanent display at the museum.
The photo shows revolutionaries, led by Xiong BingKun, capturing the armory in Chuwantai during the Wuchang Uprising on October 10, 1911. The uprising served as a catalyst to the 1911 Revolution (also known as the Xinhai Revolution. [Photo/Exhibition Road to Rejuvenation at the National Museum of China]