In Beijing, Chinese people spend their holidays with a wide variety of cultural symbols, including religious statues, religious gardens, and traditional Chinese songs and poems.
But this year, Christmas has become a huge commercial opportunity.
The country’s Communist Party has invested heavily in Christmas decorations and decorations for religious holidays.
The National Tourism Administration has said that a quarter of Chinese holidaymakers spend their time on the road.
The Communist Party also launched a tourism campaign in 2015, offering a “social holiday” for its people, which they hoped would help promote the Communist Party’s efforts to become a more open and prosperous country.
The campaign featured images of the country’s people and an animated video of an animated Christmas tree, and urged people to visit the country to enjoy “the rich cultural heritage and unique traditions of China”.
But this Christmas, it seems, the party is turning the other cheek.
A new video featuring a Chinese man wearing a white Christmas stocking and waving a red and white flag, has gone viral.
The video has been viewed more than 5 million times on YouTube, according to Chinese media reports.
“Christmas is the most sacred day of the Chinese calendar.
It’s the time of hope and joy,” the narrator says.
“If the government really wants to promote the good things of this country, it needs to take care of our country and improve our economic performance.”
The narrator says the Chinese people have a right to celebrate Christmas, saying: “China is a big nation with a big history and many good people.
The Chinese Government has been widely criticized for spending too much money on Christmas decorations, but the new video may be the clearest sign yet that the Communist government is trying to make the holiday more welcoming to the country. “
But if we do not celebrate Christmas properly, we will be lost to the world.”
The Chinese Government has been widely criticized for spending too much money on Christmas decorations, but the new video may be the clearest sign yet that the Communist government is trying to make the holiday more welcoming to the country.
It appears to be part of a broader campaign to promote economic growth.
The Chinese government has recently tried to expand its economic policies to include the economic holiday, which it says would be “the most auspicious moment for the Chinese economy”.
In February, the Chinese government announced plans to expand the number of public holiday celebrations by 25% in the first half of 2020.