A light show on June 13 at the Bund of Shanghai to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CPC Photo: IC
Recently, in a Shanghai suburb, two red buses become the most popular stars, with residents taking selfies in front of them.
These are the new project in the metropolises of China to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
The buses would tour the “red” landmarks in Shanghai. They would depart from the memorial site of the First National Congress of the CPC at the city center. On the way, they would pass by the site of the Second National Congress of the CPC, the May 30th Movement Monument, the site where the first red five-star flag was hoisted in Shanghai after the founding of New China, and other remarkable historic sites in the CPC history.
The 100-minute explanation during the tour contains 12 major sections, combined with 30-minute video materials, and more than 40 CPC history stories.
The service started in early…