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Remember the History, Look Forward to the Future

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. History is like a mirror, we have to take history as a mirror.
Remembering the History; Striving for the Dream

Nowadays, China is struggling on the path of a great dream. Let’s do remember and learn from the history and strive to make the dream come true early!
The Importance of Having a Dream

No matter how hard the situation is, hope would never die so long as we have a dream. Follow our hearts and then we will be where we want to be.
Reviewing the History, Physical Education Revitalizes Country

To let our country stand on the side of the developed country, we should devote all we have. Let’s strive for the realization of the great of rejuvenation of Chinese nation’s China dream.
Remembering the History, Education Revitalizes the Country

We can’t forget a humiliating history that our country has experienced. Therefore, only when we remember the history, can we develop education to revitalize our country.
This Day, That Year--Time to Remember

As a saying goes “Forgetting history means betrayal”. Although history has passed, we should never let it fade, and we should never forget the pain on this day, that year.
Oblivion Suggests Repetition

Oblivion suggests repetition. Therefore, to surpass the curse you shall not forget what you have learnt as lessons.
The Past & the Future

In my opinion,what we can do is to remember the past and do well in our own job to build a bright future for the motherland and for us all.
From History to Victory

What we have inherited from the history gives an impulse to a thriving nation. It takes our common efforts to promote the accomplishment of Chinese dream by starting from realizing every little dream.
Remember the History and Achieve the Chinese Dream

Just as our President Xi tells us, we should take history as mirror and look into the future, and only in this way can we achieve the Chinese Dream better and win the future.
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