Last year people all over the globe looked in awe as the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics unfolded on the TV screen.
Those who were lucky enough to be present at the venue were left dumbfounded at the impossibly impressive performance by thousands of participants. The fact that China later got for itself a record number of medals in the games is another story.
China’s 60th National Day Parade on October 1 that passed by the ‘historic’ Tiananmen Square brought back the memory of the Olympics opening ceremony.
I got to see only brief glimpses of it on the TV, but the moment I came across this video below I decided I must have it here to share with my readers.
The video is partially in time-lapse mode, and partially in slow motion giving a touch of class to it. I’m sure you’ll like both – the immaculateness of the parade especially those in uniform, and the video.