Sunday, October 22, 2006

Long March

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the Long March that happened from 1934 to 1936.

Hu Jintao, general secretary of CPC Central Committee, state president and chairman of Central Military Commission (CMC), delivered a key-note speech at the ceremony whose highlight was: "The Long March, which opened a bright future for China's revolution and laid an important foundation for the victory of China's revolution, has been a "pride" for the Chinese Communists, the Chinese army and the Chinese nation as a whole".

He also observed that, "the victory of the Long March shows the outstanding capabilities of the Chinese Communists in leading the revolutionary war, the undaunted spirit of the Red Army officers and soldiers who had bravely sacrificed their lives for national independence and people's emancipation, and the fact that the just powers of the people's revolutionary war is unbeatable".

I couldn't agree more.


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