Travel with the motherland - Six-year National Day Theme Class Event of Xinmin Primary School Learning Knowledge: National Day National Day is a statutory holiday established by a country to commemorate the country itself. They are usually the anniversary of the independence of the country, the signing of the Constitution, the birth of the head of state or other significant commemorative anniversaries; there are also Saints'Day, the patron saint of the country. Although most countries have similar anniversaries, due to complex political relations, some countries can not be called National Day. For example, the United States only has Independence Day, there is no National Day, but the two meanings are the same. The National Day of China refers specifically to October 1, the of the formal The National Dayanniversary of the People's Republic of China is a symbol of the country. It appears with the foundingofofNew theChina People's China. founding and Republic becomes of particularly important.It has become a symbol of an independent country, reflecting our country's state system and regime.At the same time, the large-scale celebrations on National Day are also the concrete manifestation of the mobilization and appeal of the government.It has three basic characteristics of national celebration: showing national strength, enhancing national confidence, embodying cohesion and giving full play to The Origin of Chinese National Day On October 1, 1949, the founding ceremony of the Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China, the grand founding ceremony, was solemnly held in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. "The first person to propose the National Day was Mr. Ma Xulun, then a member of the CPPCC and chief representative of the Democratic Progressive Movement." On October 9, 1949, the First National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference held its first meeting.Commissioner Xu Guangping made a speech: "Commissioner Ma Xulun can't come on leave. He asked me to say that the founding of the People's Republic of China should have National Day, so I hope that the Association will decide to designate October 1 as National Day."Members of the Linboqu Committee also made a statement and seconded it to discuss the decision.On that day, the meeting adopted the proposal of "Requesting the Government to designate October 1 as the National Day of the People's Republic of China to replace the old National Day of October 10", and sent it to the Central People's Government for adoption and implementation. On December 2, 1949, the resolution adopted by the Committee of the Central People's Government at its fourth meeting pointed out: "The Committee of the Central People's Government hereby declares that since 1950, the great day on which the People's Republic of China is proclaimed to be the National Day of the People's Republic of China, that is, October 1 of each year." National Day celebrations: military parades After the founding of New China, according to the decision of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the military parade was listed as an important part of the National Day celebration.From the founding ceremony in 1949 to the 10th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic in 1959, New China held a large-scale National Day parade in Tiananmen Square every year, with a total of 11 occasions. In September 1960, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council decided to reform the celebration ceremony system in line with the policy of strict economy and thrift in building the country. They implemented the "five-year small celebration and ten-year big celebration, and held military parades on the occasion of the big celebration." In 1964, the military parade clause appeared for the first time in the military order promulgated by the Ministry of Defense.Later, due to the "Cultural Revolution" and other reasons, China did not hold a National Day parade for 24 consecutive years. In 1981, Deng Xiaoping proposed that the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the Central Military Commission decide to resume the military parade. On the 35th anniversary of National Day in 1984, the first large-scale military parade was held after the military parade was resumed. Since the founding of the National Day of the People's Republic of China, military parades have been held in the National Day celebrations from 1949 to 1959, the 35th

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