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Propaganda offensive for the party’s birthday

On the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Chinese Communist Party (China.Table reports), cinemas in the People’s Republic are to show propaganda films twice a week. Until the end of the year, movie theaters “in every province, region, and city” are to show works that “revolve around love for the Party, love for the country, and love for socialism,” according to China’s National Film Administration. According to the statement, two cinema chains will even show selected propaganda films at least five times a week. The plan is to mobilize Party members, officials, and other viewers to ensure that the cinemas are well attended during the screenings.

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