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The origin of May Day
Published:[2018-5-3] Visitors:[542]

The May Day International Labor Day is referred to as May Day and is on May 1 of each year. It is a common holiday for working people all over the world. About "The Origin of May Day":

The origin of May Day


This section stems from the workers' strike in Chicago, United States. On May 1st, 1886, over 200,000 workers in Chicago held a strike for the eight-hour work system. After a hard bloody struggle, they finally won. To commemorate the workers¡¯ movement, on July 14, 1889, the Socialist Congress convened by Marxists of various countries was grandly opened in Paris, France. At the conference, the delegates unanimously agreed to set May 1 as the common holiday of the international proletariat. This resolution has been positively responded to by workers from all over the world. On May 1, 1890, the working class in Europe and the United States took the lead in the streets and held grand demonstrations and rallies to fight for legitimate rights and interests. From then on, on this day the working people of all countries in the world must gather and march to celebrate.

The Chinese people's celebration of Labor Day dates back to 1918. This year, some revolutionary intellectuals distributed leaflets introducing the "May 1st" to the people in places like Shanghai and Suzhou. On May 1, 1920, the masses of workers in cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou took to the streets to hold a large-scale parade and rally. After the founding of New China, China established "May 1" as a legal Labor Day in December 1949.


On the eve of the "May 1st" of 1921, workers at the Changxindian labor cram school founded by Deng Zhongxia and others from the communist group in Beijing, the workers learned to sing the May 1 Memorial Song. His lyrics are: "The United States is free, the world is a star, and he fights for him. Sacrifice for him. He must remove all power systems and record the fate of May 1. Red flags flutter, take the bright roads, and do their best. Needless to say, the rich, the poor, the rich and the rich, the responsibility only help each other, and we would like everyone to work together to make progress.¡± This magnificent and powerful song was created by the teachers of the Changxindian Labor Practice School and advanced students of Peking University.

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