On December 26, the "Leaders and People-Mao Zedong's Photo Archive Exhibition in Hubei" organized by the Provincial Archives and Provincial Archives Society was launched in Han.
After the founding of the People's Republic of China, Wuhan, Hubei was one of the places where Mao Zedong lived the most and lived the longest time. Mao Zedong made many major decisions here that affect China's destiny and even the world. He once referred to Wuhan in a letter as "the place of the white clouds and yellow cranes."
The Provincial Archives carefully selected 78 historical photos of Mao Zedong's inspection of Hubei from 1953 to 1974 from the collection of photo archives, which were open to the public. The exhibition aims to show Mao Zedong's sincere concern for Hubei, inspire the majority of party members and cadres to not forget their original intentions, remember their mission, and work hard to write a new chapter of Hubei's high-quality development in the new era.
Some enterprises and institutions' cadres and staff, college teachers and students visited the exhibition. Zhang Yazheng, an employee of the Wuchang District Archives in Wuhan City, said that what impressed her most was a set of pictures of Mao Zedong's inspections of factories and mines, schools, and traveling the Yangtze River.
It is reported that the exhibition will last for two months. (Hubei Daily reporter Zhou Zhibing and correspondent Lu Donghui)
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