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Warmly celebrating 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China

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Warmly celebrating 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China

In the golden season of autumn, we are here to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. As the whole world joins in the jubilation, on behalf of the China Hong Kong and Macau Business Association of Cambodia, all members of the Hong Kong Business Association of Cambodia pay tribute and bless our motherland!

The year 2021 marks the historical intersection of China’s “Two Centenary Goals” and as we stand on the threshold of a new journey for our motherland, we look back at our glorious journey. Seventy-two years ago, the Chinese people, after arduous struggles, have ushered in the founding of the New China and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

Over the past 72 years, under the strong leadership of the Communist Party of China, the Chinese people have forged through innumerable hardships, wrought one miracle after another, and achieved many great achievements. The Chinese nation has reversed its fate from the continuous decline of modern times to steady progress towards prosperity and strength. In 2021, China has achieved its first centenary goal – building a moderately prosperous society in all respects and is marching confidently towards the second centenary goal of building the nation into a great modern socialist country.

The China-Cambodia friendship has withstood the test of time and has become more prominent in the face of challenges. Since the outbreak of the Covid-19, Prime Minister Hun Sen has remained a staunch supporter, demonstrating the true definition of an Ironclad Friendship. Under the sincere care of President Xi Jinping, the Chinese government has provided tremendous help to Cambodia in pandemic prevention and control.

To date, Cambodia has received 26.8 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine from China, of which 4.3 million doses are humanitarian donations. Recently, the Chinese government pledged to donate another three million doses to Cambodia, demonstrating through concrete actions the spirit of the China-Cambodia community with a shared future.

The overseas Chinese in Cambodia are the witnesses and promoters of the China-Cambodia friendship. Let us, together with the overseas Chinese in Cambodia, continue to maintain the fine tradition of patriotism and mutual assistance and fulfilling our advantages of China-Cambodia integration, while seeking our development by relying primarily on our own effort, at the same time strengthening the China-Cambodia cooperation and ironclad friendship.

To the prosperity of our great motherland!

To the happiness and well-being of all comrades!

May the brotherly China-Cambodia friendship last forever!

China Hong Kong and Macau Business Association of Cambodia

Hong Kong Business Association of Cambodia

Chairman Yum Sui Sang and board members

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