Baktygul Raimbekova from Kyrgyzstan has lived in China for about 10 years. She's a teacher of Russian at North Minzu University in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. During the summer vacation, her family visited Liupan Mountain in the southern part of the region, experiencing the "Long March spirit".
In the history of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Long March is seen as a turning point for China's revolution. Liupan Mountain is also known as the "Mountain of Triumph," as it was the last mountain the Red Army climbed over in the Long March.
Tourists can wear a Red Army uniform as they walk the Long March Trail of 2.5 kilometers. There are many miniature historical scenes along the way, helping visitors understand the Long March spirit.
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