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How did Chinese celebrate National Day in the past? [Copy link] 中文

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As the 65th National Day is due to arrive on October 1st, Chinese people have made their preparations to celebrate the special day. For instance, many of us have planned to visit some scenic places across the country in the seven-day holiday.


How did Chinese celebrate the National Day in the past? A group of photos will help us find the answer.

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Chinese government had held grand ceremonies in Beijing on October 1st from 1949 to 1959 to celebrate the National Day. Meanwhile, many Chinese would come to Beijing and parade at the Tian’anmen Square on the same day. Photo shows that a child attended a parade to celebrate the National Day in 1950.

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Members to the Yuyuantan People's Commune held a dinning gathering on October 1st, 1958 to celebrate the National Day.

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A ceremony was held in Lanzhou, the capital city of northwest China’s Gansu Province, on October 1st, 1959 to celebrate the National Day.

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Workers use their hard work on construction site to welcome the arrival of the National Day in 1958.

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An art troupe from Tianjin No. 4th Cotton Factory presents its shows in September 1959 to welcome the arrival of the National Day.

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Students from University of Science and Technology make their paper flowers on September 27th, 1963 to welcome the arrival of the National Day.

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