PHOTOS: CPC 100th Anniversary Celebrations in Beijing

By That's Beijing, July 2, 2021

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July 1 marked the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC). 

Events marking the occasion took place across the country, the largest and most momentous event of which took place in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. 

The event included an aerial display by military jets, the raising of the national flag, a 100-gun salute, a speech by Chinese president Xi Jinping and more. Tens of thousands of guests attended from across the country. 

Below is a compilation of photos from the event:

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via @澎湃新闻/Weibo

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via @澎湃新闻/Weibo

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via Xinhua

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpgImage via Xinhua

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via @北京大学/Weibo

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpgImage via Xinhua

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via @人民网北京频道/Weibo

CPC-100th-Anniversary.jpegImage via @人民日报/Weibo

[Cover image via @visitbeijingofficial/Instagram]

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