BEIJING, June 6 -- In Tiananmen Square in the early morning of June 1, a group of children from Yushu, Qinghai, dressed in traditional Tibetan costumes, formed a beautiful landscape.
A group of children from Yushu, Qinghai, pose for a group photo in Tiananmen Square. Photo by Tomita of China News Agency
"The five-star red flag flutters in the wind, how loud the victory song is..." Accompanied by the children's confident singing, the five-star red flag was rising, and the dawn light reflected the immature faces.
The sun is out.
The next moment, the girl Chenglai Ah Mao suddenly turned her head and whispered to the reporter: "Oops! I just cared about singing and forgot to look up at the flag-raising! "Participating in the Tiananmen Square flag-raising ceremony for the first time in his life, but because he was immersed in the song, he could not capture the most wonderful moment, and Chenglai Ah Mao was a little annoyed.
Yushu also has a five-star red flag fluttering in the morning light and a rising sun, but for many children, this flag-raising ceremony has a special meaning.
These children came from the Yushu Prefecture Children's Welfare Institute in Qinghai Province and grew up bathed in the love and care of the motherland. As early as before leaving for Beijing, many children said that their most anticipated trip was to go to Tiananmen Square to see the flag raising.
Watch the children raising the flag. Photo by Tomita of China News Agency
"I've seen military parades on TV, I've seen Tiananmen Square." Dolmatso, a 13-year-old girl, told reporters that she was so excited to participate in the flag-raising ceremony that she couldn't sleep.
Dongzhou Wende, a teacher at the Yushu Prefecture Children's Welfare Institute, said: "I hope that by participating in the flag-raising ceremony, they can truly experience the greatness of the motherland, know how to be grateful, and inspire their inner patriotism." In addition, it has a certain promotion and help for their later learning, their own ideals and goals. ”
At the moment when the national flag was raised, he silently made a birthday wish. This girl, who officially entered the age of 16 today, silently said to the five-star red flag at the most solemn moment: I hope everyone is healthy, safe, happy and happy. "Health and peace are the simplest wishes, but also the hardest wishes," she said. ”
Trouble Zengla Mao is shooting the five-star red flag. Photo by Tomita of China News Agency
At this moment, it is not only one who makes a wish. In the glow, 14-year-old Denshu Songbao stood straight. He gestured to the person taking the photo, and he wanted to be in the same frame as the soldier's brother who stood straight behind him—Denshu Matsuho's dream was to be a soldier. "Because soldiers can defend their country. I love the Motherland, without which there would be no us. He said seriously.
Denzhou Songbao took a photo under the national flag. Photo by Tomita of China News Agency
These children were all invited to participate in the "Qinghai Yushu Tibetan Youth Beijing Tour" public welfare activities. Sponsored by China News Service, the People's Government of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Qinghai Province and the Beijing Youth Aid Headquarters, organized by China News Network and co-organized by China and Singapore Public Welfare, 40 Tibetan teenagers from the Yushu Prefecture Children's Welfare Institute in Qinghai Province were organized to visit and exchange experientially from the "Source of Three Rivers" at an altitude of 4500,<> meters to Beijing.
For children, coming to Tiananmen Square on Children's Day to watch the flag-raising ceremony is a new experience.
In the sunshine at five or six o'clock, the children were about to go on their next journey, their little red faces with a smile of anticipation and satisfaction. Next to him, an old man with gray hair looked at it for a long time, and he said with a smile: "Hey, this is also the sun at five or six o'clock." (End)