The oil painting, Setting Sail－the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China, is introduced in the first episode of a new TV program, History of the CPC in Classical Fine Arts, produced by China Media Group. CHINA DAILY To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, China Media Group, the National Museum of China and the Central Academy of Fine Arts are promoting a program called History of the CPC in Classical Fine Arts. It will highlight 100 representative artistic works related to the history of the CPC in the past 100 years. The program contains 100 episodes, each 15 minutes long. Experts in CPC history and art were invited to appear on the program to introduce the works by reviewing the stories behind them and analyzing them artistically. The program is being aired on CCTV-1 since Monday, and the opening ceremony was held in Beijing on the same day. Shen Haixiong, head of China Media Group, and experts from the Party History Research Center of the CPC Central Committee, China Artists Association and the China People's Liberation Army National Defense University attended the ceremony. The first episode introduces an oil painting called Setting Sail－the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China, created by artists He Hongzhou and Huang Faxiang in 2009.