Chinese Martyrs' Day


The Chinese Martyrs' Day is a statutory commemoration of Chinese martyrs. On August 31, 2014, the Decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on the Establishment of the Martyrs' Day adopted at the 10th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Twelfth National People's Congress stipulated that September 30 would be established as the Martyrs' Day. The state held a commemorative ceremony in front of the People's Heroes Monument in Tienanmen Square, the capital of Beijing, in memory of the heroes and martyrs.

The revolutionary martyrs exchanged their blood and lives for today's happy life. Living in an era of peace, we should not forget the national humiliation, be prepared for danger in times of peace, take heroes and models as examples, and closely link personal development with the construction of the motherland and the revitalization of the nation.

September 30th of every year is just the day before the National Day. Let the people of the whole country never forget that the prosperity and civilization of our country today can only be achieved through the continuous efforts and dedication of countless martyrs.