Exhibition on Chinese youth movement history opens in Beijing

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An exhibition on the history of the Chinese youth movement has opened in Beijing to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC).

The special exhibition, which is being held at the Central School of the Communist Youth League of China, offers a panoramic view of the Chinese youth movement over the past century led by the Communist Party of China, according to the CYLC Central Committee.

Over 650 pictures, 230 pieces of cultural relics, documents and archives have been put on display to illustrate the magnificent journey of unremitting struggles for the realization of national rejuvenation by generations of young Chinese, said the organizer, adding that some of the items have been exhibited for the first time. 

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