Huasheng Online News on November 19 (Correspondent Lu Li, Sun Shiying, Reporter Liu Sijia) On November 18, the “My Road to the South and the Xiangjiang River to the North” Red Xiangjiang Shaoshan Research Camp organized by the Hunan Library was launched in Changsha. After the launching ceremony, more than 30 students walked into Shaoshan, following the footsteps of great men, inheriting the red gene, and striving to become new people of the era.
“My road goes south to the Xiangjiang River and north to the Xiangjiang River” Red Xiangjiang Shaoshan Research Camp was launched in Changsha.
Shaoshan is the hometown of the great leader Mao Zedong. “‘A child is determined to go out of his hometown, and he will never return it if he fails to succeed in his studies. There is no need to bury his bones in his hometown, because life is full of green hills.’ In the autumn of 1910, 17-year-old Mao Zedong was admitted to Xiangxiang County Dongshan Higher Primary School. When he left home , he left this poem to his father to express his determination to study and to be everywhere.” During the study, the leading teacher told the children the story of Mao Zedong’s study in his youth.
Entering the Comrade Mao Zedong Memorial Hall, the children stood quietly outside the display cabinets and looked at the objects full of historical deposits. “That gray Chinese tunic suit left a deep impression on me. It was like seeing Grandpa Mao. It was very friendly.” Study student He Runjin said that through this study, she determined to study hard, learn more knowledge, and become a leader in the future. A good teacher.
The children retraced Mao Zedong’s footsteps.
During the study period, the children also laid flower baskets to the bronze statue of Comrade Mao Zedong, visited Comrade Mao Zedong’s former residence and the red base of the Nan’an Private School, re-walked Mao Zedong’s path, and learned about Mao Zedong’s growth as a teenager.
Certificates of honor were awarded to the children on site. (Pictures are provided by the correspondent)
Staff at the Hunan Library said that retracing Mao Zedong’s path to study will not only allow children to experience the growth trajectory of a great man in his youth, but also allow them to hone their character from an early age, learn to endure hardships and stand hard work, and have the courage to face various challenges on their future growth path. difficulty.
It is reported that the study theme activity “My Road Goes South to the Xiangjiang River and North” is hosted by the Hunan Library. The activity takes the Xiangjiang River as the axis, focusing on the natural landscape, humanistic history and scientific and technological innovation achievements of the Xiangjiang River Basin, and designing the “Humanistic Xiangjiang River” and “Red Xiangjiang River”. Open the Xiangjiang River” three major study routes, and leverage the brand advantages of Hunan Library’s “Reading Classroom”, “Xiangtu Chinese Corner” and “Online Study Room” to plan and organize a series of cultural tourism study activities.
(First trial: Xie Zhenhua Second trial: Jiang Jun Third trial: Wang Yaqi)