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Army Day

Army Day 建军节 (Aug. 1) While it’s not a public holiday, Army Day is an important celebration, held to recognize the contribution made by the People’s Liberation Army to Chinese history. TV stations will host televised parties, public figures will visit the homes of veterans, and children will perform in the name of the army. […]

06·30·2010

Army Day

Army Day 建军节 (Aug. 1) While it’s not a public holiday, Army Day is an important celebration, held to recognize the contribution made by the People’s Liberation Army to Chinese history. TV stations will host televised parties, public figures will visit the homes of veterans, and children will perform in the name of the army. […]

06·30·2010
Army Day
建军节 (Aug. 1)
While it’s not a public holiday, Army Day is an important celebration, held
to recognize the contribution made
by the People’s Liberation Army to Chinese history. TV stations will host televised parties, public figures will visit the homes of veterans, and children will perform in the name of the army. It’s an important day for much of older China, and you’ll be sure to hear renditions of the old radio favorites “The PLA Song,” “I love PRC” and “Without the Chinese Communist Party There Can Be No New China” throughout the day.

While it’s not a public holiday, Army Day is an important celebration, held to recognize the contribution made by the People’s Liberation Army to Chinese history. TV stations will host televised parties, public figures will visit the homes of veterans, and children will perform in the name of the army. It’s an important day for much of older China, and you’ll be sure to hear renditions of the old radio favorites “The PLA Song,” “I love PRC” and “Without the Chinese Communist Party There Can Be No New China” throughout the day.