Celebration of China’s 67th National Day

China’s National Day falls on October 1 every year, with elaborate displays and floral decorations set up around the city. The highly-anticipated flowerbeds along Chang’an Avenue and Tian’anmen Square drive throngs of tourists and local residents on annual basis for a chance to be bedazzled, and an opportunity to be photogenic.

A view of the Tian'anmen Square decorated with flowers ahead of the National Day holiday, Sep 27, 2016. [Photo/IC]

Workers hang a new Mao Zedong portrait on the Tian'anmen Rostrum on Sept 27, 2016, before celebrations of the National Day. [Photo/VCG]

A 70-year-old man has grown a giant map of the country using different varieties of rice in Fengjing Town, located in the Jinshan District of Shanghai.

Overseas Chinese Community in South Africa hold a National Day event at the Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg on Sep 25th 2016. [Photo: People’s Daily Online / Zhang Jiexian]





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