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Jinggang Mountains, the quasi-religious pilgrimage for Mao's supporters

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Jinggangshan (China), Apr 11 (EFE), (Camera: Jesús Centeno).- In 1927, Mao Zedong planned his revolution in the Jinggang Mountains, a remote region of southern China to which nostalgics, officials and curious pilgrimage to confirm their faith in the Communist Party (CCP), which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.FOOTAGE OF THE JINGGANGSHAN REVOLUTION MUSEUM, OF THE TOWN OF JINGGANGSHAN, AND OF THE CHINA EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY.SOUNDBITES OF:-MUSEUM VISITOR: "I was brought up in the red gene, now I am retired and can finally visit this place." -SELLER: "This Mao is worth 280,000 yuan." -ZHOU XIAOJING, ACADEMY STUDENT: "Here I can feel the true spirit of the revolution."

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