This story sounds kind of cute and silly. . .
China wants more residents to visit key sites in the country’s revolutionary history in a “red tourism” campaign to instill faith in the communist leadership and boost development in rural areas, state media reported Tuesday.
Such sites include the bleak northern town of Yanan, the one-time civil war base of revolutionary leader Mao Zedong and his forces, and Xibaipo, a town southwest of Beijing where the party Central Committee met in 1949 on the eve of their victory.
. . .but it isn’t. I’ll explain why in a couple hours, when I have a bit more time.