The following is English translation of
the excerpt of a post appeared on Chinese language websites:
I'm over the moon! Why? 'Cause I'm the one
stood closest to the parade procession of the East Wind Nuclear
First of all, I wanna holler: "Long Live
China, Long Live Chinese!"
Wow wow! My heart! Pung, pung, pung! Beating
hard. Let me tell you what I saw during the parade. Oh, yeah,
you bet, I feel so lucky to live in Muxidi (木樨地).
At about 2 minutes past 11am, accompanied by
rumbling sound, a string of armoured vehicles appeared in
the horizon and rolled towards us, all in the colours of
elegant green and grey for carriages and innocent white on
tyres! The spectators burst into a loud applause and the
street erupted in thunderous cheers, with some passionate
girls cried out: "Long Live China!" (I didn't,
but I would like to do so, really...).
Three officers on the first vehicle waved to
us, and we jumped, shouted, and waved hands to them on our
tiptoes, pushing back the yellow police line and ignoring
the urges by the volunteers to keep order (in fact, they
themselves were no less excited than the spectators).
The soldiers on the vehicles were bathed in
golden rays of the morning sun, cool and dashing, seeming
undisturbed by the exhilaration of the crowd.
Eventually the entire military parade had passed
in front of us and rolled into a distance, alone with flocks
of aircrafts overhead that flew to the other side of the Eternal
Peace Avenue. The crowd slowly dispersed, and the tranquil
at last returned to the street, but my heart was still racing
fast. There were moments when I was on the verge of tears.
I actually know nothing about weapons and arms, but why the
parade made me so enchanted?
I think I know the answer, and you do too:
It is because we love our nation and we know she will be
safe and secure in the strong arms of our dear guardian
Participated the Parade