National Day, officially the National Day of the People's Republic of China (PRC), is celebrated annually on October 1 as a public holiday in the PRC commemorating the establishment of the PRC on October 1, 1949 during the later years of the Chinese Civil War and the Kuomintang retreat to Taiwan.
Although it is observed on October 1, another six days are added to the official holiday, normally in lieu of the two weekend breaks around October 1, making it practically a public holiday comprising seven consecutive days also known as Golden Week with specifics regulated by the State Council. Festivals and concerts are usually held nationawide on this day, with a grand military parade and mass pageant event held on select years.
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