On September 30, in order to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and the Mid-Autumn Festival, various sectors of the Hong Kong society held a number of special celebrations, sending their best wishes to the motherland.
To celebrate the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival, some schools and organizations held a flag-raising ceremony and put up the national flag to express their best wishes to the motherland and the people.
The chairman of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong, Cai Guanshen, who served as the officiating guest of the "Hong Kong compatriots celebrating the 71st anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China", said that without the support of the state, Hong Kong would not have the development achievements it has today. "A country has a home."
Cai Guanshen pointed out that Hong Kong must understand that Hong Kong is a small family and the country is a big country. Hong Kong must join forces with the country in the financial, manufacturing, and professional services industries.
He is very confident that Hong Kong can integrate into the overall development of the country and has a bright future.
Chen Manqi, deputy to the National People's Congress of the Hong Kong District, said that if the country and Hong Kong are to develop well, there is no doubt about the two points of patriotism and unity of the people.
Chen Manqi also pointed out that the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the National Day, when the two people and the moon are reunited and the nation is reunited. In the current international game of great powers, the words "patriotism and unity" are particularly important.
To celebrate the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival, teachers and students of Huang Chubiao School of the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers held a flag-raising ceremony for the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival.
In addition, to celebrate the "birthday" of the motherland, the Hong Kong Economic and People's Livelihood Alliance also hung the national flag to add a festive atmosphere.
(Headquarters reporter Zhou Weiqi, Su Zijie, Chen Dongyi, and Wei Kefeng)