Martyr's son shares memory of his father

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In order to commemorate the 99thanniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, to inspire the Party members to inherit and carry forward the Party's glorious tradition, and to promote the Party's branches to improve their performances, the work committee of bodies directly under the Luohu committee of the CPC and the CPC's branch in the Luohu bureau of veterans affairs organized a Party lecture on June 28.

Mou Zhenji, a former professor of the China People's Police University and a son of a revolutionary martyr of the CPC, was invited to deliver a speech on how the revolutionary gene and the Party's good traditions have been passed down through five generations in his family. He also shared with the listeners his limited memory of his father.

Zhou Yichuan, deputy Party chief of Luohu, Lai Wu, head of the organization department of the Luohu committee of the CPC, and Chen Longxing, deputy head of the Luohu district government, attended the event.

Mou's father died in the war in Huantai County, Zibo, Shandong province, in 1944 when Mou was 9 years old - Mou was born in Shouguang County, Weifang, Shandong province, in 1935.

It is not yet known where his father was buried. Mou has never stopped looking for the burial site of his father.

Mou said that it is his father's short but glorious life that has motivated him to follow in his footsteps to join the army and the Party.

After the lecture, Mou donated some books to the Luohu Party-people service center.

The lecture is one of the 100 activities that the work committee of bodies directly under the Luohu committee of the CPC plans to organize to celebrate the 99thanniversary of the founding of the Party.

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