HAITC pays tribute to heroes around Tomb Sweeping Day
The Party committee of the HNU-ASU Joint International Tourism College of Hainan University (HAITC) organized a memorial ceremony for the heroes sacrificed in the cross-sea battles in 1950 at the Baishamen Memorial Plaza on April 2.
HAITC Party Secretary He Yingmin and more than 40 Party members and applicants for Party membership from all Party branches at the college took part in the activity.
In front of the solemn monument to the martyrs, Secretary He organized all teachers and students to pay tribute and sent flower baskets to the heroes, and to recall the immortal achievements of the martyrs and express their deep memories of their heroic deeds.
The Party committee of HAITC organizes a memorial ceremony for the heroes sacrificed in the cross-sea battles in 1950 at the Baishamen Memorial Plaza on April 2.
Led by Secretary He, all participants took an admission oath at the Baishamen Memorial Plaza wearing the Party emblem and holding their right hands with the fist clenched.
Student Party members told the story of the Chinese People's Liberation Army fighting to liberate Hainan Island in 1950. All teachers and students carried out Party history study and education in an immersive way, revisiting the history of the Chinese People's revolution and drawing spiritual nourishment from the past.
HAITC Party Secretary He Yingmin delivers a speech at the activity.
In her speech, Secretary He pointed out that all Party members must have a deep understanding of the Qiongya revolution under the leadership of the Communist Party of China which won the great victory of liberating Hainan Island.
Secretary He called for Party members to further unify their thinking, play a pioneering and exemplary role in contributing to the Hainan University (HNU)'s double first-class construction, which means developing HNU into a world-class university with world-class disciplines, and to contribute to the construction of the Hainan Free Trade Port.
Participants in a group photo at the Baishamen Memorial Plaza.