Animation stories restore major historical events, this red theme exhibition opens in LujiazuiFly into the homes of ordinary people
Illustrated:“Blood and Fire—This is how New China was made, the Red Animation Theme Exhibition of the History of the Communist Party of China” Photo courtesy of interviewees
Xinmin Evening News (Reporter Yang Shuo) In order to remember the history of the revolution and inherit the red spirit, “Blood and Fire-New China was made like this, the Red Animation Theme Exhibition of the History of the Communist Party of China” was officially opened at the China Financial Information Center a few days ago.
This theme exhibition takes the Chinese Communist Party history story series animation as the core content, systematically combs and selects 19 iconic major historical events such as the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the Nanchang Uprising, the Great Long March, the Founding Ceremony, and the Anti-U.S. Aid Korea to create a theme exhibition area and red cultural and creative interaction Area, where the immersive exhibition hall comprehensively uses advanced technologies such as holographic projection and AR interaction. The AR technology in the venue can not only scan the pictures to watch party history animation, but also have interactive answering questions and AR group photo experience, creating a sense of historical reality.
According to reports, the animation content of this theme exhibition was created under the guidance of the Network Communication Bureau of the Central Cyberspace Administration of China and the Seventh Research Department of the Party History and Literature Research Institute of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. And using animation, a form that teenagers love to hear and hear, as a carrier, reproduces the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea from the birth of the Communist Party of China to the early days of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Over the past 32 years, the Communist Party of China has made great strides, a history of forge ahead and a history of struggle to change the world.
Editor: Yang Yu