Live: Why is Yan’an the ‘red cradle’ of the Chinese revolution?

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If you are a fan of modern Chinese communist history, you don’t want to miss this trip! It is considered a significant site for those who follow the communist philosophy. As part of our special series “Centenary and Beyond,” we are visiting Yan’an, a city considered the “red cradle” of the Chinese revolution. It is where the Communist Party of China established its main base after the famous Long March and where Chairman Mao resided for over a decade. CGTN will take you inside where Chairman Mao used to live and work in Yang Jialing and share some interesting, fun facts you have never heard before. #CentenaryandBeyond #CPC100

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