The CPC Museum display tales of struggles and victories

Uaueza Kanguatjivi,

A group of 32 journalists from 32 countries had the opportunity to tour the Museum of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on March 27, probing into the crucial periods that have moulded the history of the country during the previous 100 years.

As the leaders of the Chinese working class, people, and country, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has left an enduring legacy, which is demonstrated by the museum. It emphasizes the Party’s unwavering dedication to its initial goal of using communism and socialism to provide happiness to the Chinese people and revitalize the Chinese nation.

Founded a hundred years ago CPC museum showcases struggle and achievements amidst societal upheavals and foreign aggression, the CPC emerged as a beacon of hope, guiding the Chinese people through various milestones, from the new-democratic revolution to socialist construction and modernization.

Rooted in Marxism-Leninism and the workers’ movement, the Party has remained true to its founding mission, leading the nation towards national independence, prosperity, and happiness.

The exhibition at the museum, titled “Remaining True to Our Original Aspiration and Keeping Our Founding Mission Firmly in Mind,” offers a comprehensive overview of the CPC’s extraordinary journey.

It showcases the Party’s unwavering commitment, fearless sacrifice, and relentless pursuit of progress, highlighting the monumental achievements attained through struggle, theoretical exploration, and people-centred initiatives.

Moreover, the exhibition underscores the hard-won nature of China’s Red political power, the establishment of the People’s Republic, and the development of socialism with Chinese characteristics. It aims to inspire officials and the public alike to embark on a new journey with confidence and determination, aiming to build China into a modern socialist country in all aspects.

Reflecting on the remarkable achievements of the Communist Party of China over the past century, we gain a deeper understanding of its pivotal role in shaping the destiny of the Chinese nation and its people. The museum stands as a tribute to the Party’s resilience, vision, and unwavering commitment to the betterment of society, inspiring future generations to carry forward its noble mission with zeal and dedication.

The journalist were able to tour the amazing museum and the experience one of the Gamibian journalist from Kerr Fatou news agency Fatima Sillah said this experience will for ever linger with her.

“I had an amazing experience at the CPC Museum in China and I learned a lot about the Communist party of China and there struggles and achievements, It was fascinating to explore the history and ideology of the Communist Party of China through the exhibits. We had the opportunity to explore the museum and it was an amazing experience,” Sillah said.

The Communist Party of China (CPC) was founded on July 1st, 1921, emerging from the May Fourth Movement of 1919, which was influenced by Marxism and aimed at overthrowing imperialism and feudalism. Led by figures like Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao, the CPC gained momentum, eventually leading to the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.

Since then, the CPC has led China through significant socio-economic transformations, notably with Deng Xiaoping’s reform and opening-up policy in 1978, and under Xi Jinping’s leadership, including a focus on anti-corruption efforts and poverty alleviation. The CPC’s centenary in 2021 marked a milestone, coinciding with China’s eradication of extreme poverty. From its humble beginnings at the First National Congress held secretly in Shanghai, the CPC has evolved into a dominant force shaping China’s destiny, with its influence extending globally.