Drama, War, Political Huang Xuan, Ni Ni, Wang Renjun In 1921, Shanghai was a city with a number of Concessions and a tense situation. Thirteen young men from all over the country, with an average age of 28, set out from the plight of a nation in peril, turning their youthful ideals into a belief in saving the country and the people and seeking the truth. They gathered in Shanghai, breakthrough the monitoring and tracking of complex international forces. Under the leadership of Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao, the first national congress of the Chinese Communist Party was held in Shanghai on July 23, 1921, announcing the official establishment of the party that would change the future destiny of hundreds of millions of people. Since then, a new chapter in Chinese history has been opened.