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CMG stages star-studded, creative gala to celebrate 100th anniversary of CPC founding

CGTN | Updated: 2021-06-28 16:32
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Celebrated actor and singer Andy Lau, together with pop diva Na Ying, perform the classic song "The Pearl of the Orient" again after 24 years at the gala in Beijing, China, June 26, 2021.[Photo/CGTN]

China Media Group (CMG) on Saturday staged a special gala to celebrate the 100th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) with an all-star cast presenting diverse performances.

The gala titled "The Centennial Tribute" is a creative show full of technological and artistic creativity, blending an art exhibition with live performances and drama skits.

A total of 14 oil paintings, which depict key figures, critical events and moments in the past century and mark the tremendous changes and great achievements of the nation, were on display on the stage that has been transformed into a virtual gallery through cutting-edge technology and stunning stage designs.

Veteran actors such as Sun Honglei, Xu Fan and He Bing, and renowned CMG anchors like Kang Hui, were invited to be the narrators, telling the true stories behind the artworks.

The show also featured diverse performances of singing, dancing and drama, showcasing several popular songs and traditional folk music, such as the 1974 folk song "Red Azalea" and 2008 Beijing Olympics theme song "You and Me."

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