Happy Chinese National Day!

China’s National Day, which is celebrated on October 1st every year since 1949, is to commemorate the founding of the People’s Republic of China. On that day, lots of activities are being held nationwide.

Every city is decorated festively, for example, the small size bright-colored Five-star Red Flags are on the sides of the streets, and lots of large-scaled activities are held nationwide. In Beijing and other big cities all over China, eye-catching fireworks will take place at night and buildings will be illuminated.

We wish to extend our joy of the holiday to all of our friends: Happy National Day of China! If you happen to be in China these days, you can join us in the festive activities and have a lot of fun!

For any questions, please feel free to send email to contact@g-photography.net, we will reply to you right after we get back to work on Oct 9th.



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