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Where does the name Communist Party of China come from?


Two pieces of content were mentioned in The Communist Party of China History Volume I, which was revised and published in January 2011, while referring to the Communist Party of China (CPC) Shanghai's early organizational activities. >>more

A new document related to the slogan of Long Live Chairman Mao


The Party's Documents published an article entitled "The origin of the slogan 'Long Live Chairman Mao'" which clarified the fact that the slogan was not proposed by Mao Zedong himself. >>more

The female soldiers in the Long March


The long March is a heroic and epic story. Edgar Snow, the earliest reporter of the Long March, in his book "Red Star Over China", said: "One day someone will write this exciting epic." After much investigation I started this bold attempt to use poetic language to describe the Long March. >>more

The little-known legends in CPC history


For a country with a five-thousand-year history, 90 years is not a long period, but the 90 years from 1921 to 2011 has seen remarkable changes that have completely improved the lives of all Chinese people. >>more

Small Paris hotel hosted young leaders


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. >>more

Birthplace of the Communist Revolution


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. >>more

Interactive digital map helps bring historic events to life


A digital map marking where important historic events for the Communist Party of China (CPC) took place has been published online. >>more

CPC's birthday moves 'red' tourists


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. >>more

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