What’s up with this year’s Chinese New Year message?
It’s all about the Chinese, according to a Chinese official.
Read moreThe Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has launched a “message” on the social networking site Weibo on Thursday, according in a report by the South China Morning Post (SCMP).
The message reads, in part: “It is a year of love and unity and mutual respect.
It is also a year to make the world feel better and to take care of our people.”
The Chinese New Years message is similar to a message released earlier this year by the People’s Daily, the Communist Party’s official mouthpiece.
A spokesman for the Chinese Communist Youth League said the message was meant to “raise public consciousness of the new year” and called on people to “enjoy the great rejuvenation” and “live to see the New Year”.
The message also includes a “spiritual” theme, and it is accompanied by a list of songs.
One song, titled “Beijing, You Are my Home”, is accompanied with a photo of a cityscape in Beijing, China.
Another, titled The Great Road to China, describes the “Great Road to the West” and praises the Chinese people.
The song also says that it was “a day of great hope” and that the “time to enjoy happiness and joy” has arrived.
It also has a link to a short video of a man who sings “Happy New Year” in a bar, in Beijing.