Centenary and Beyond: CPC history and changes across China

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    To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), CGTN has launched a special series “Centenary and Beyond.” It features foreigners who were invited on a journey across China to places famous for their role in the CPC history. On this “red tour,” they reviewed the CPC history and discussed changes that have taken place across the country. How has this journey influenced or changed their impression of the CPC? How would they comment on the CPC’s endurance over its 100-year journey? What is the biggest achievement of the CPC over the past 100 years? What will be the priority of the CPC in the coming decade as the ruling party of China?

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