As citizens celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which falls on July 1, a China Daily reporter visits the hotel in Paris where in the 1920s Deng Xiaoping, architect of China's reform and opening-up drive, and former Chinese premier Zhou Enlai lived and worked.
What happened here 90 years ago, in a most inconspicuous Shanghai lane house, has turned the place into a mecca for millions of people in China, if not the entire population of 1.3 billion.
A digital map marking where important historic events for the Communist Party of China (CPC) took place has been published online.
BEIJING - Yan Ruiming, a member of the Communist Party of China for seven years, said he recently made it to Yan'an in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, a renowned base of the Party before the founding of New China.
BEIJING - Songs, stories and sites awash with revolutionary red are no longer merely spiritual assets in China but a potential source of revenue in the hands of today's business-orientated managers.
'Red tours' are red hot and take visitors on a Long March down memory lane.
As the Communist Party of China (CPC) celebrates its 90th anniversary on July 1, China Daily reporter Cheng Anqi visited Xibaipo, a small village in Pingshan county, Hebei province. From May 1948 to March 1949, the village was the headquarters for the Chinese leaders who eventually reshaped the country.
Being a special hall for the commemorative activity, Jinggangshan Forces' Meeting Memorial Hall was broken earth in 1977 and open to public in 1980.
Zunyi, in the northern part of Guizhou Province was the site of a pivotal meeting in 1935 during the Communist Party Long March.
Baise Uprising museum is just west of the river on Jiefang street, housed in an old Confucian academy.