Macao SAR stages fireworks gala to celebrate 73rd PRC founding anniversary

Macao sar stages fireworks gala to celebrate 73rd prc founding anniversary

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China’s Macao Special Administrative Region staged a fireworks gala on October 1 to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The 15-minute fireworks show has four chapters that extol the brilliant era, cohesive solidarity, and glittering dream chasing. Many spectators said the show had inspired them a lot.

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