Can you recognize the historic objects from throughout Chinese history?
People's Daily Online
In July 1956, the first home-made cars, Jiefang CA10 trucks, rolled out from the production line.
The first tractor under the brand of Dongfanghong was produced in July 1958, thereby proving to the world that China could also make tractors.
In August 1958, China's first home-made sedan under the brand Hongqi came into existence.
In March 1958, China developed its first black-and-white television.
In August 1958, the first Chinese-made vacuum tube computer was developed, with an operating speed of about 1,800 times per second.
China launches its first polar orbit meteorological satellite in September 1988.
In October 1988, the fist expressway in China, connecting downtown Shanghai and the outlaying Jiading District, is open to traffic.
China launches its first set of radio calisthenics in November 1951. So far, the calisthenics program has been updated to its ninth version.
On July 1, 1956, People's Daily publishes a weather forecast for the first time.
In March 1982, China issues its first doctor's degree certificate. It is for Ma Zhongqi, a 42-year-old Doctor of Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
In October 1986, China's first agritainment, a farm-based tourism operation that provides agriculture-themed entertainment, is born in southwest China's Sichuan province. The comparison of the first agritainment back then and nowadays is shown in the photo.
Marriage certificates from earlier times.
Dacron clothes that once were fashionable in China.
Beepers that have already exited the stage of history.
A first-aid kit box used by barefoot doctors.
The household registers that have evolved since the founding of New China.
An especially decorated room for a newly-married couple in the 1950s.
A relatively shabby place in the desert once lived in by the members of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps with great resistance to sands in the windy weather.
A rural family dwelling as appeared in the early years of China's reform and opening-up.
An urban family in the early years of China's reform and opening-up.
The house distributed to those people who are relocated from shanty areas into cities.
The ballot on the first plenary session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference used to elect the People's Central Government Council of China.
During the War to Resist US aggression and Aid Korea, Zhang Taofang, a sniper in the Chinese People's Volunteer Army, is said to have 214 confirmed kills in 32 days without the aid of a telescopic sight. This is the Mosin Nagant 7.62 mm carbine that he used.
The first constitution of the People's Republic of China.
The diaries of Lei Feng, a soldier in the People's Liberation Army renowned for his generosity and altruistic deeds.
The two receipts of Comrade Deng Xiaoping donating money to Project Hope to help school dropouts from poor families.
Some objects from 1997 when Hong Kong was returned to China.
The return capsule of the Shenzhou 1, China's first unmanned experimental spacecraft launched in 1999.
In September 2008, the Shenzhou VII manned spaceship lifts off and then China achieves its first spacewalk.
The gold, silver and bronze medals from the 2008 Summer Olympic Games held in Beijing.
In 2015, Chinese scientist Tu Youyou is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
In January 2017, Chinese physicist Zhao Zhongxian is awarded China's highest science honor, the State Supreme Scientific and Technological Award.