The celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the PRC has showcased the extraordinary image of China in the new era.
Senior officials of the Chinese PLA on Tuesday hinted that DF-41, China's most advanced latest generation intercontinental ballistic missile might make its debut on the National Day military parade in Beijing on October 1, the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
The big day - the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC) - is approaching. The day is not only important to all Chinese people, its unusual significance has also been recognized by the world.
The military parade on the nation's 70th birthday will showcase the latest achievements from the modernization process of the People's Liberation Army, as well as its stanch confidence of becoming a world-class military force, Major General Cai Zhijun, deputy director of the Leading Group Office of Military Parade, said on Tuesday.
Photos of 86-year-old Chinese military veteran Guan Maolin in tears while saluting his deceased comrades during the parade on New China's 70th birthday went viral on Chinese social media over the weekend.
A boy who vowed 11 years ago to become a paratrooper after experiencing a deadly earthquake in Sichuan province not only accomplished his dream but made an appearance in the military parade on Oct 1.
Recently President Xi Jinping signed a presidential decree to award national medals and honorary titles to 42 individuals, 11 of whom are, or had been military personnel, or work in national defense area. They are the backbone of our national defense construction. They are the representatives of our national defense spirit.