China News Service, Yiwu, August 13 (Reporter Xi Jinyan) The reporter learned from the press conference on the 13th that, with the approval of the State Post Bureau, on August 22, the stamps commemorating the 100th anniversary of the publication of the Chinese version of the Communist Manifesto in 2020 will be on Yiwu debut.
Mr. Chen Wangdao, the first translator of the full Chinese translation of "Communist Manifesto", is from Fenshuitang Village, Chengxi Street, Yiwu City. At the end of April 1920, Chen Wangdao completed the translation of the "Communist Manifesto" in the humble wood house in the old house in Fenshuitang Village in his hometown. In August 1920, the first Chinese translation of the Communist Manifesto was published in Shanghai. The translation and publication of the "Communist Manifesto" is a major event in the history of Marxism dissemination in China. It has played an important role in guiding a large number of people with lofty ideals to learn and understand Marxism, establish communist ideals, and devote themselves to the cause of national liberation.
The 100th anniversary commemorative stamp of the Chinese translation of the "Communist Manifesto" was published. Provided by Yiwu Publicity Department
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the publication of the full Chinese translation of the "Manifesto of the Communist Party", stamps commemorating the 100th anniversary of the publication of the full Chinese translation of the "Manifesto of the Communist Party" were officially issued. The stamp is designed to highly restore the scene of Mr. Chen Wangdao's translation of the "Communist Manifesto" in the firewood room, and it has the words "Yiwu Fen Reservoir". The book design of the first translation of the "Communist Manifesto" is reflected on the left side of the stamp, recreating the glorious history of the birth of the red classic. A set of stamps, with a face value of 1.2 yuan, was designed by the famous stamp designer Li Chen.
It is reported that the first issue ceremony of this stamp will be held on the morning of August 22 in Fenshuitang Village, Chengxi Street, Yiwu City, the hometown of Chen Wangdao. The launching ceremony will be accompanied by a red-themed book fair and a red classics-themed postal exhibition. Yiwu Post Office specially invited Mr. Chen Wangdao’s son and Fudan University professor Chen Zhenxin to come to the scene in person. Source" see the signature on the certificate.
The reporter learned that, in celebration of the publication of the 100th anniversary of the publication of the Chinese translation of the "Communist Manifesto", a special collection of "Century of Glory" stamps and a "Smell of Truth" collection were launched. Among them, the "Century of Glory" stamp collection is issued in a national limited edition of 6000 sets; the "Taste of Truth" collection is showing Yiwu's red culture, commercial civilization and the characteristics of the times in square inches. (Finish)