Heightening Historical Consciousness and Strengthening Confidence in Chinese Culture Through the Study of the History of Chinese Civilization
Chinese civilization, with its long history, is expansive and profound. It is a unique part of the cultural identity of the Chinese nation and a bond linking Chinese people all over the world.
Following a decade of high-quality development and rapid growth, the NMC has seen its collection grown to 1.43 million exhibits, with a well-structured mechanism of acquiring, conserving and researching artifacts that are housed in a world-class, modern building.
The Chinese civilization is one of the world's four great ancient civilizations and the only one that has developed in an unbroken chain up to the present day.
Finance lies at the core of a modern economy, and capital markets affect overall financial operations. It is vital that we leverage better the functions of capital markets to achieve high-quality economic development in the course of China's modernization drive.
Energy is the cornerstone of economic development and the lifeblood of modern society, and a power grid is an essential infrastructure for the conversion and utilization, optimal allocation, and management of supply and demand of energy.
Since the 18th National Congress of the CPC in 2012, General Secretary Xi Jinping has provided a series of new concepts, ideas, and strategies for economic and social development based on a thorough analysis of domestic and international development trends.
"Who Doesn't Say Our Hometown Is Good," the famous song from a 1963 film focused on the Menglianggu Battle in May 1947 during the People's War of Liberation, remains a favorite throughout China even today.
The Yao ethnic village of Shazhou in Rucheng County, Hunan Province, sits deep in the mountains on the provincial border with Jiangxi and Guangdong provinces. The village is part of the old Hunan-Jiangxi revolutionary base and is where the story of "Half a Quilt" took place.