Well, it was one hundred years in the making, but at last, China can hold their centennial celebration of the founding of the CCP.
📸: Performers take part in a show commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China at the National Stadium in Beijing. https://t.co/kByMDMVkUE pic.twitter.com/6ZvdCcmbSb
— ABC News (@ABC) June 29, 2021
— CNN International (@cnni) June 30, 2021
But those don’t even come close to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s unbridled enthusiasm:
China's President Xi Jinping has warned foreign powers will "get their heads bashed" if they attempt to bully or influence the country
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 1, 2021
Warning about the opposition to the CCP getting their heads bashed in in Tiananmen Square is just *chef’s kiss*. What a nice touch.
— Hannah Banana (Andy Lee) (@Hannah_Bananaz) July 1, 2021
Is anyone there voluntarily?
— Simone Utecht (@SimoneUtecht) July 1, 2021
And by "bully China" Xi means "wag their fingers while I annex Japan." https://t.co/3AL7AT38Tz
— Area Man (@lheal) July 1, 2021
Xi goes to Tiananmen Square and says, “And we’d do it again too” https://t.co/PT7nqdqjvp
— Rogue Millennielle (@RMillennielle) July 1, 2021
President Xi’s speech in Tiananmen Square today is rich in content. The remark – anyone who dares try to bully China will get their heads bashed – has hit the top of hot topics on Chinese social media in the morning. Anti-China forces need to stay calm. pic.twitter.com/SF6psuJs5C
— Hu Xijin 胡锡进 (@HuXijin_GT) July 1, 2021
Oh, no need to worry, President Xi. Our “anti-China force” is busy with far more important things:
Oh cool. How's that Critical Theory training coming, DOD? https://t.co/1dVEzDmFIN
— SarahLee (@sarailola) July 1, 2021
Very well, we’re sure.