Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the funding of People's Repulbic Of China

China
September 29, 2009 8:40pm CST
It's tomorrow, Oct 1st 2009,the 60th birthday for P.R.China. If you want to know something about China, if you want know more about what happened in these decades, you can watch the ceremony and parade from TV or online site, www.cctv.com. It'll be reported in Chinese, English, French,Spanish,Arabic and Russian. If you have watched the last Olympic opening ceremony from China, then you'd better to watch this. let us have a objective sight on China. Of Course, I'd like to share something I know and you are interested in China, to let more know China
2 responses
@xfahctor (14130)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
30 Sep 09
Well, if you feel it is something to celebrate then I am certainly not going to take that from you or try to rain on your parade (american slang expression). I don't live in China and I don't really know what things were like before the communist revolution there, nor do I have a complete picture of how it is now, only what I see in world news and what I hear from people on mylot. So, I will save the politics of it for another day. Today, I will only offer my congratulations to you and I hope you enjoy your celebration.
• China
1 Oct 09
Thanks for your respect, though we have some different or even conflict ideas about it. Communist party is not a perfect one, just like every thing has two sides. we cannot focus on only one. It's unfair. Refer to the world news and what you hear from other people. how can you know whether it is true. The basic principle for press is to be objective, as I know some international press lie to us, they mean to mislead us.
@Fortunata (1136)
• United States
30 Sep 09
I wonder how the repressed people in communist china feel about this 'birthday'. To me, there's not much to celebrate. I hope one day the people of China can be free, and that will be the true celebration.
• China
30 Sep 09
hi, I am very interesting about two things in your reply. First, "repressed people" what kind of people belong to this role in china? it's something you heard about or you saw yourself,you experienced yourself? there are some basic rules for every country, which is to ensure a stable and safety society. Of course, if someone have some other ideas which is conflict with the basic rules,then there should be some ways to deal with it. second, "free" what's free? could tell me something about your country, something is really free in your society.