Guoge (National Anthem)
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Guoge (National Anthem)
Prior to the outbreak of the second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), the Japnese first invaded China's northeast in 1931, commonly known in the English-speaking world as "Manchuria." As Manchurian refugees pour into the city of Shanghai, playwright Tian Han and young composer Nie Er find inspiration of the highest order. Spearheading the movement that calls for volunteers to fight for their country's freedom, Tian Han writes a patriotic song titled "March of the Volunteers" and Nie Er composes the music. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, it was… More