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Viewpoint 1|The general secretary walks here to relive those tragic years_Sina News

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Original Title: First Viewpoint|The General Secretary walked into here to relive those prosperous years

On the 13th, General Secretary Xi Jinping inspected and investigated in Yulin City, Shaanxi Province. He came to the former revolutionary site in Yangjiagou to learn about the strengthening of the protection and utilization of the former revolutionary site and the continuation of the red blood.

On November 22, 1947, the Party Central Committee moved to Yangjiagou, Mizhi County, northern Shaanxi. From December 25th to 28th, Mao Zedong presided over the enlarged meeting of the CPC Central Committee in Yangjiagou. This was the famous December meeting in history.

Liu Cuixia, deputy curator of the Yangjiagou Revolutionary Memorial Hall, said that more people should understand that the Chinese Communist Party is hard-won, China’s red regime is hard-won, New China is hard-won, and our happy life is hard-won.

“Viewpoint 1” takes you to understand.

Producer: Sun Zhiping and Sun Bo

Producer: Fan Hua Chu Guoqiang

Coordinator: Xing Peiyu, Liu Pei, Shi Zhiyong

Director: Qi Xing Ju Xiaoyan

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