The Chinese nation, a country of diligence, courage, wisdom, and peace, has made indelible contributions to the progress of human civilization. National prosperity has been the object of unremitting pursuit for many generations.
The Road of Rejuvenation is one of the museum’s permanent exhibitions that reflects the Opium War of 1840 onward, the consequential downfall into an abyss of semi-imperial and semi-feudal society, the protests of people of all social stratum who have suffered, and the many various attempts at national rejuvenation - particularly the Communist Party of China’s fight for the people’s liberation and independence of every ethnicity. The exhibition demonstrates the glorious but long course of achieving national happiness and prosperity and fully reveals how the people chose Marxism, the Communist Party of China, socialism, and the reform and opening-up policy. It attests to the Chinese priority to hold high the unswerving banner of socialism with Chinese characteristic and to remain firmly committed to the Chinese socialist road and theory.
Today, Chinese civilization already stands tall in the East. With the bright prospects of the Great Revival already before us, the dreams and pursuits of Chinese sons and daughters will surely be achieved.