Wuhan Museum of Revolution: A letter and a quilt witness the discipline view of revolutionary ancestors
- Time：2021-01-15 14:34
In the socialist revolution and construction period, the older generation of proletarian revolutionaries honest, take the lead in the model, and with good family instruction family style education offspring. One of the exhibits, written by Mao Anying to his relatives, is awe-inspiring. Originally, the new China was founded soon, Mao Anying's uncle Yang Kaizhi wrote to Mao Zedong hope to transfer to Beijing to work, Mao Zedong refused. Yang Kaizhi then please work in Beijing relatives to help three to intercede, to three will write a letter to Mao Anying. Mao Anying by his father Mao Zedong's influence, understanding and support his father's approach, said in the letter, although his grandmother a deep feeling, but not because of the special relationship. Yang Kaizhi then listen to the arrangement of peace of mind in Hunan work, until retirement.
A white silk quilt was donated by Zhou Enlai's niece, Zhou Bingde, to the Museum of Revolution in Wuhan. During a visit to North Korea in the 1950s, supreme leader Kim Il Sung gave Chou a piece of white silk. It was customary for Chou to hand the gift over to the Central Committee General Office upon his return. Because Zhou Enlai liked this silk very much, he paid the actual price of the gift and kept it as a souvenir. In 1964, Zhou Enlai and Deng Yingchao dyed the silk orange, cut it into a quilt and gave it to Zhou Bingde as a wedding gift.
In the exhibition hall, there is a receipt for Mrs. Chen's return of wages. In the spring of 1959, Chen Yun was examined for a serious heart attack. From June of the same year to September of 1960, Yu Ruomu took care of him. Chen Yun asked Yu Ruomu: "In my recuperation period you take care of me, can't take the salary of the unit." So, if the wood unit to give her a year and three months of wages a total of 2208 yuan, all returned to the unit.
The Fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) held in Wuhan has elected the CPC Central Supervisory Commission, the first specialized body in charge of discipline inspection in the Party's history, ushering in a new era of inner-Party supervision system innovation and discipline construction, said Gao Wan 'e, director of the Wuhan Revolution Museum. These revolutionary relics came from the depths of history, carrying the footprints of the revolutionary forefathers' exploration and struggle, silently interpreting the story of the past, highlighting the unique and precious red culture, and inspiring generation after generation of Communists to keep in mind their original aspiration and mission, and continuously march from victory to victory.