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PRC at 60: Your views

Portrait of Chairman Mao with Peoples Liberation Army soldier on guard in Tiananmen Square, Beijing

On 1 October people in China will mark 60 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China.

A grand celebration will be held in Beijing that will feature a military parade and a pageant involving 200,000 ordinary people.

The aim is to highlight the country's achievements over the last six decades.

We would like to hear from people in China and get their thoughts on the anniversary and what the future holds for their country.

Are you in China? Where do you think will China be in 60 years time? How will you mark the anniversary? Send us your comments using the form below.

Thank you for sending your comments.

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