All staff of Goldensea wish our customers a happy Chinese National Day
October 1st is a grand festival for the Chinese nation and a festive day for the 73rd year since the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
“Dong-dong-dong” is the sound of the footsteps of the People’s Liberation Army marching forward. They are marching along Chang’an Avenue to Tiananmen Square with a majestic pace. “Dong-dong-dong” is such a strong, sonorous and powerful step! This is not an ordinary footstep, this is the sound of China marching towards the world’s forest of nations, the sound of joy that has been achieved since the reform and opening up, The footsteps of the Chinese people raised their eyebrows.
The National Day is coming, everyone is very happy and proud! In the past 73 years, China has been striving to develop, step by step to the other side of success!
So, do you know the origin of the National Day? If you don’t know, tell me slowly.
The term “National Day” originally refers to a national celebration, which was first seen in the Western Jin Dynasty. Lu Ji, a writer of the Western Jin Dynasty, once recorded in his article “On the Five Classes of Princes” that “National Day alone enjoys its own benefits, and the main worry is not to be harmed.” . Therefore, in ancient times, the emperor’s enthronement and birthday were called “National Day”. Today, the anniversary of the founding of the country is called National Day.
October 1, 1949, is the anniversary of the founding of New China. It should be noted here that, in many people’s impressions, on October 1, 1949, the founding ceremony of the People’s Republic of China was held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, attended by hundreds of thousands of soldiers and civilians. In fact, this impression in people’s minds is not accurate. Because, the ceremony held in Tiananmen Square on October 1, 1949 was the founding ceremony of the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China, not the founding ceremony. In fact, the “founding” of the People’s Republic of China, that is to say the founding of the People’s Republic of China, was announced a week before October 1 of that year. At that time, it was not called the “Founding Ceremony”, but the “Founding Ceremony”. The time is September 21, 1949. On this day, Mao Zedong, director of the Preparatory Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, announced the birth of New China in his opening speech at the first session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
So, what happened to the National Day on October 1? At the first meeting of the first National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Xu Guangping said: “Member Ma Xulun cannot come on leave. He asked me to say that the founding of the People’s Republic of China should have a National Day, so I hope this Council will decide Set October 1st as the National Day.” Mao Zedong said: “We should make a proposal to the government, and the government will decide.” On October 2, 1949, the Central People’s Government passed the “Resolution on the National Day of the People’s Republic of China” “, which stipulates that October 1 is the National Day every year, and this day is used as the day to declare the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Since then, October 1 every year has become a grand festival celebrated by people of all ethnic groups across the country.
Look at Splendid China and celebrate the birthday of a prosperous world. May the mountains and rivers be safe and prosperous. I also wish our customers a happy holiday, and best wishes!