The national anthem, the March of the Volunteers, was written by Tian Han and composed by Nie Er. It was born during the Anti-Japanese War. It was originally the theme song of the movie “Children of the Wind and Clouds” and later became the national anthem of our country.
Whenever the flag is raised, we can’t help singing the national anthem, and the feeling of being at home arises spontaneously. The national anthem is a song expressing the national spirit of a country, which is used to praise and encourage the confidence and cohesion of a nation. So do you know the origin of the national anthem?
The March of the Volunteers was born in the war years against Japanese imperialist aggression. It was composed by Tian Han and Nie Er. It was the theme song of the 1935 film Children of the Wind and C
After the birth of “volunteer march”, sung in the motherland, with the war of resistance against fire, the smoke of war of liberation, the quick across great river north and south, inside and outside the Great Wall. It is even famous overseas and spread all over the world.The March of the Volunteers represents one of the strongest war songs of the Chinese people, and at the end of World War II, the March of the Volunteers is among the triumphant songs of the Allied victories.
The decision to use the March of the Valiant Army as the national anthem came on the eve of the founding of New China in September 1949. At the first plenary session of the CPPCC, the famous painter Xu Xiuhong proposed for the first time the composition of the anthem, Because he felt that the song was very strong, singing the will of the people, embodying the faith of the people.
Later, after unanimous vote and consultation of all members, it was decided to make the song the national anthem of our country, which is now the national anthem of the People’s Republic of China. In addition, the first plenary session of the CPPCC National Committee also adopted three other proposals. First, the capital of the country was set in Peiping and renamed Beijing. The second is that the Chronology Law of the People’s Republic of China adopts the AD system, which was in 1949. The third is to designate the national flag of the People’s Republic of China as a five-star red flag, symbolizing the great unity of the Chinese revolutionary people.