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China's Elite Communist Academy - 26 Sep 2012 
China's Elite Communist Academy - 26 Sep 2012 
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September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms carry bags bearing an image of former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms carry bags bearing an image of former Chinese... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms carry bags bearing an image of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong as they visit an old house where Mao used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388O4 
September 21, 2012 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform stands next to a window in an old hospital... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform stands next to a window in an old hospital... 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform stands next to a window in an old hospital during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388N5 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MR 
September 21, 2012 
A mid-level government official dressed in red army uniform poses for a picture as she visits an old... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A mid-level government official dressed in red army uniform poses for a picture as she visits an old... 
A mid-level government official dressed in red army uniform poses for a picture as she visits an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during a 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388Q2 
September 21, 2012 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform holds a flag as he visits an old house... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform holds a flag as he visits an old house... 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform holds a flag as he visits an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong use to lived, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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RTR388NG 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MY 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk inside an old house where former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk inside an old house where former Chinese... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk inside an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MA 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk after their visit to a memorial site... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk after their visit to a memorial site... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk after their visit to a memorial site during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MK 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388PV 
September 21, 2012 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform visits an old house where former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform visits an old house where former Chinese... 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform visits an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MO 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388SI 
September 21, 2012 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform walks next to portraits of Russian communist... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform walks next to portraits of Russian communist... 
A mid-level government official dressed in a red army uniform walks next to portraits of Russian communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin and German philosopher Karl Marx, as he visits an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388OQ 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson in Jiangxi province 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms listen to a lesson as they visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388T8 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388MU 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388Q6 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government official dressed in red army uniforms wear sports shoes as they visit an old house... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government official dressed in red army uniforms wear sports shoes as they visit an old house... 
Mid-level government official dressed in red army uniforms wear sports shoes as they visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388SS 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388QI 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk next to a rice field as they visit an... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk next to a rice field as they visit an... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk next to a rice field as they visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388P2 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk into an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388OE 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms stand next to a portrait of former Chinese... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms stand next to a portrait of former Chinese... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms stand next to a portrait of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong as they visit an old house where Mao use to live during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388N9 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk as they visit an old hospital during... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk as they visit an old hospital at Jinggangshan... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms walk as they visit an old hospital during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388TF 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms visit an old house where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong used to live, during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388M9 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms wave as they leave on a bus during their... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms wave as they leave on a bus during their... 
Mid-level government officials dressed in red army uniforms wave as they leave on a bus during their 5-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
CHINA/
RTR386D1 
September 20, 2012 
Visitors, dressed as a red army soldiers, pose for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Visitors, dressed as a red army soldiers, pose for a picture in Jinggangshan 
Visitors, dressed as a red army soldiers, pose for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan, is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR386DA 
September 20, 2012 
A visitor, dressed as a red army soldier, poses for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A visitor, dressed as a red army soldier, poses for a picture in Jinggangshan 
A visitor, dressed as a red army soldier, poses for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan, is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR386CU 
September 19, 2012 
A visitor dressed as a red army soldier smokes as he poses for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A visitor dressed as a red army soldier smokes as he poses for a picture in Jinggangshan 
A visitor dressed as a red army soldier smokes as he poses for a picture in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan, is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's
career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CUA 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school... 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CUX 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR388P4 
September 21, 2012 
Mid-level government officials listen a lesson at an old battle site during a five-day training course... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Mid-level government officials listen a lesson at an old battle site during a five-day training course... 
Mid-level government officials listen a lesson at an old battle site during a five-day training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province September 21, 2012. China Executive Leadership Academy was established in 2005 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, after the 16th Communist Party Congress in 2002. By the end of August 2012, the academy has held 789 training classes for almost 40,000 people. During the course, trainees listen and sing revolutionary songs, visit old revolutionary sites and review historical communist materials. China has yet to announce the starting date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in a decade, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CTS 
September 24, 2012 
Feng Jun, director of the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong,... 
Shanghai, China 
Feng, director of the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong, welcome... 
Feng Jun, director of the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong, welcome a group of journalists during a visit in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR38746 
September 20, 2012 
A book cover is pictured at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A book cover is pictured at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province 
A book cover is pictured at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3873P 
September 20, 2012 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province... 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR38749 
September 20, 2012 
An employee stands in the library at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy... 
Jinggangshan, China 
An employee stands in the library at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province 
An employee stands in the library at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3873V 
September 20, 2012 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province... 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CW9 
September 24, 2012 
A portrait of China's Vice President Xi Jinping is seen at a communist party school called China Executive... 
Shanghai, China 
A portrait of China's Vice President Xi is seen at a communist party school called China Executive Leadership... 
A portrait of China's Vice President Xi Jinping is seen at a communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR3873M 
September 20, 2012 
A Chinese communist leader attends a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A Chinese communist leader attends a class at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province... 
A Chinese communist leader attends a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3873Z 
September 20, 2012 
People shake hands at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
People shake hands at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province 
People shake hands at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CWI 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees leave a classroom after attending a training course at the communist party school called China... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees leave a classroom after attending a training course at the communist party school called China... 
Trainees leave a classroom after attending a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR3873S 
September 20, 2012 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province... 
Chinese communist leaders attend a class at a communist party school called China's Executive Leadership Academy of Jinggangshan, in Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CVJ 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
Trainees attend a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CTJ 
September 24, 2012 
A trainee walks past a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school... 
Shanghai, China 
A trainee walks past a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school... 
A trainee walks past a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS LOGO) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CTI 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after attending a training course at the communist party school... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after attending a training course at the communist party school... 
Trainees prepare to pose for a group photo after attending a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CUV 
September 24, 2012 
A trainee stretches during a break as he attends a training course at the communist party school called... 
Shanghai, China 
A trainee stretches during a break as he attends a training course at the communist party school called... 
A trainee stretches during a break as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CWB 
September 24, 2012 
An old photo of a communist party meeting in China is seen at a communist party school called China Executive... 
Shanghai, China 
An old photo of a communist party meeting in China is seen at a communist party school called China Executive... 
An old photo of a communist party meeting in China is seen at a communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CVB 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees leave after attending a training course at the communist party school called China Executive... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees leave after attending a training course at the communist party school called China Executive... 
Trainees leave after attending a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CUI 
September 24, 2012 
Trainees pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school called... 
Shanghai, China 
Trainees pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school called... 
Trainees pose for a group photo after finishing a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CVN 
September 24, 2012 
An employee stands at a public area in a communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
Shanghai, China 
An employee stands at a public area in a communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy... 
An employee stands at a public area in a communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA-PARTY/TRAINING
RTR38CU5 
September 24, 2012 
A trainee looks at the screen of his tablet device as he attends a training course at the communist party... 
Shanghai, China 
A trainee looks at the screen of his tablet device as he attends a training course at the communist party... 
A trainee looks at the screen of his tablet device as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, September 24, 2012. China's Communist Party has dramatically stepped up its training of the country's roughly 40 million party and government officials in the past decade. With public scrutiny of cadre behaviour growing via social media, the party is likely to call for continued, and deepened, cadre education at the upcoming 18th Party Congress. At the vanguard of this education drive, alongside a Central Party School in Beijing, are three "Executive Leadership Academies" which opened in 2005 for middle-ranking and senior officials in Shanghai, Yan'an and Jinggangshan. The curriculum covers Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, but students may also take finance courses, receive in-depth media training or role-play crisis management scenarios on everything from disease outbreaks to train wrecks. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTR3874B 
September 20, 2012 
A man sits in a hallway with busts of former Chinese communist leaders at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A man sits in a hallway with busts of former Chinese communist leaders at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
A man sits in a hallway with busts of former Chinese communist leaders at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3873E 
September 20, 2012 
A man looks at a painting at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012.... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A man looks at a painting at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province 
A man looks at a painting at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA/
RTR3874A 
September 20, 2012 
A man walks past portraits of Chinese leaders Mao Zedong (L-R), Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A man walks past portraits of Chinese leaders Mao Zedong (L-R), Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao... 
A man walks past portraits of Chinese leaders Mao Zedong (L-R), Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR38757 
September 20, 2012 
A man carries a bag with a picture of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A man carries a bag with a picture of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
A man carries a bag with a picture of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3874R 
September 20, 2012 
A man looks at a statue of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
A man looks at a statue of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan,... 
A man looks at a statue of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR3873I 
September 20, 2012 
Teenagers looks at the screen of mobile phone as they stand next to a portrait of former Chinese leader... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Teenagers looks at the screen of mobile phone as they stand next to a portrait of former Chinese leader... 
Teenagers looks at the screen of mobile phone as they stand next to a portrait of former Chinese leader Mao Zedong at the Revolution museum in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province, September 20, 2012. China has yet to announce the start date for the 18th Communist Party Congress, China's biggest political meeting in 10 years, which will see the transfer of power from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao to a new generation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR386ZX 
September 20, 2012 
An actor (L) plays the part of China's former Chairman Mao Zedong during a theatrical re-enactment of... 
Jinggangshan, China 
An actor plays the part of China's former Chairman Mao Zedong during a Red Army and the beginning of... 
An actor (L) plays the part of China's former Chairman Mao Zedong during a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHINA/
RTR386ZI 
September 20, 2012 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHINA/
RTR386Z6 
September 20, 2012 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHINA/
RTR386YO 
September 20, 2012 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA/
RTR386ZR 
September 20, 2012 
An actor performs a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
Jinggangshan, China 
An actor performs a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March... 
An actor performs a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army battles and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHINA/
RTR386X9 
September 20, 2012 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan,... 
Jinggangshan, China 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan... 
Actors perform a theatrical re-enactment of the Red Army and the beginning of the Long March in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province September 20, 2012. Jinggangshan is where former Chinese leader Mao Zedong's career as a revolutionary began to take off. In 1927, Mao and several communist leaders fled with a few thousands to the hills of Jinggangshan, hounded and outnumbered by Nationalist forces. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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