In 1949, The anti-Japanese war ended, and Chinese history was about to open a new chapter. On March 25, Mao Zedong and other central leaders arrived in Peiping and lived in The Shuangqing Villa. During these six months, Mao Zedong held the peace talks between the Nationalist Party and the Communist Party. And commanded the cross-river campaign to march across the country. At the same time, he met with many democrats and discussed the plan for the New China’s founding plan, and preparation the founding ceremony on October 1.