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“Exhibition Gallery on Early Spread of Marxism in China” Opened

Submit Time:16-03-2018 | Source:People’s Daily (February 3, 2018, Page 6) | Zoom In | Zoom Out

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In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx and the 170th pushbutton of the publication of The Communist Manifesto, the opening ceremony of "Exhibition Gallery on Early Spread of Marxism in China”, jointly sponsored by the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau and the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, was held in Peking University Red Building of Beijing Lu Xun Museum (Beijing New Culture Movement Memorial Hall) on February 2.  

The “Exhibition Gallery on Early Spread of Marxism in China” consists of the Preface Hall and three units: “Dawn Break in the East —— Initial Introduction of Marxism to China”, “Shining over the Divine Land —— Wide Spread of Marxism in China” and “Laying an Ideological Foundation —— Founding of the Communist Party of China”. A large number of pictures and precious relics in history are on display, demonstrating the hard course of early spread of Marxism in China, and the firm belief and unremitting pursuit by the Marxists of early days in exploring ways to save the nation. Guan Qiang, deputy general director of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, said that we should take this opportunity to closely combine the rich literature and archive resources of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau with the thick cultural soil of the Peking University Red Building, to develop this building into a new flat and spot for people to learn, understand and believe in Marxism. The “Exhibition Gallery on Early Spread of Marxism in China” will open to the public free of charge, from 9:00 a.m. to 16:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday.