Tumd Right Banner organizes leading cadres and residents to visit key tourist attractions featuring red tourism. [Photo/Inner Mongolia Daily]
The city of Baotou in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region has been promoting the study of the history of the Party through diverse online and offline activities held across its districts, banners and counties, according to local media reports.
Recently, the Qingshan District Marriage Registration Center not only launched the "5+2" weekend extension service for marriage registration, but also went into communities to provide a service of reissuing marriage registration certificates for the elderly and residents of remote areas.
The district carried out 10 Party history learning and education projects, and delivered themed calligraphy, fine arts, and photography exhibitions.
Volunteers in Guyang county listen to stories of the Party's history. [Photo/Inner Mongolia Daily]
In Bayan Obo mining district, leading cadres took the lead in giving lectures on Party history. All primary and secondary schools in the district must carry out related reading activities at least once a week, and organize themed film screenings at least once a month.
Darhan Muminggan Joint Banners chose 100 "red movies" focusing on major events and moving stories from the Party's history, and plans to broadcast more than 400 free movies for residents throughout the year.
Tumd Right Banner organized leading cadres and residents to visit key "red tourism" tourist attractions.