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Lao and Vietnamese Envoys to China Visit Memorial Hall of the Guilin Office of the Eighth Route Army
 updatetime:2021-07-27 19:15:00   View:0 Source:BBRTV

On the afternoon of July 23, a delegation of Lao and Vietnamese envoys to China organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of P.R.C. paid a visit to the Memorial Hall of the Guilin Office of the Eighth Route Army, and experienced the red spirit of Guangxi.

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The Guilin Office of the Eighth Route Army was established in November 1938. Under the leadership and guidance of the Communist Party of China, the literati gathered together in Guilin and the culture flourished at that time. Hence, Guilin was honored as a "cultural city" with national reputation and international influence. The Memorial Hall, located at No. 14, Zhongshan North Road, Guilin, is built on the former site of the Guilin Office of the Eighth Route Army. It is a special memorial hall that showcases Guangxi's all-out efforts in the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression. Opened in January 1977, the name of the Memorial Hall was inscribed by Ye Jianying, then Marshal of the People's Liberation Army. More than 2,000 cultural relics and 5,000-plus precious historical materials and photos are housed in the Memorial Hall. Among them are items used by great proletarian revolutionists Zhou Enlai, Li Kenong, and Ho Chi Minh during the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.


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