Art exhibition marks CPC's 100th anniversary
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Li Hao is a photographer covering China’s social transformation and its impact on different groups, such as migrant workers.

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, Published: 2021/6/16 21:14:10
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A new exhibition featuring over 420 paintings, prints and sculptures on a theme of historical moments since 1921, when the Communist Party of China was founded, kicked off on Wednesday at the National Art Museum of China to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CPC.

The highlight is a painting by He Hongzhou and Huang Faxiang, which depicts the delegates of the 1st National Congress of the CPC having a meeting on a rented tourist boat in Jiaxing, East China’s Zhejiang Province after their previous meeting in Shanghai was put to an end due to harassment from the French Concession police.

The exhibition is set to run until July 25.

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