The most tourists visit the area for photos, so that there is no way to take a empty shot of anyone. Mao's old house was a two-bedroom cave with some pictures in the bedroom and the office outside with a simple furnishing.
This is a small courtyard located in the revolutionary site of Yangjialing. It consists of two small cave dwellings. It is clean and tidy, with simple conditions. Chairman Mao mainly worked and lived here during the Anti-Japanese War and is open to tourists for free.
In November 1938, Chairman Mao Zedong moved here from the foothills of the Phoenix Mountains. During this period, the Yan'an Production Movement and the Rectification Movement formulated ten major policies to overcome the difficulties of the Anti-Japanese War. In October 1943, it moved into Zaoyuan. [Scenery] Cave dwellings, [Fun] Learn about revolutionary history,
The term "chairman" was first elected by the president of the central executive committee in 31 years, and then in different stages of history, on March 20, 43, was the chairman of the Politburo and the Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of China. In the same year, he was elected chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the chairman of the Central Political Bureau.
From 1938 to 1947, Chairman Mao lived and worked here for nearly ten years. This is a very simple cave dwelling built on a mountain with simple furnishings. The chairman led the people of the country for 8 years. Hard work.