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Origami artist celebrates flowers in May | Updated: 2022-04-27 15:52
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Wednesday marks the 103rd anniversary of the May Fourth Movement. To celebrate the day, origami artist Pei Haozheng released a tutorial on how to use a newspaper to fold into a flower, named The Flower in May — representing the country’s young generation.

According to Youth of China in the New Era, a white paper published by the State Council Information Office of China last month, young Chinese have always played a vanguard role in the quest for national rejuvenation.

Around the May Fourth Movement in 1919, a large number of aspiring and progressive young intellectuals assumed the lead in accepting new ideas, new culture, and new knowledge. The movement triggered a national campaign to overthrow the old society and promote new ideas, including science, democracy and Marxism.

In the new era, Chinese youth are expected to carry on the May Fourth spirit and to strive for national rejuvenation.

This year also marks the 100th anniversary of the Communist Youth League, which has opened a new chapter of youth movement in China.

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