Carry Forward the Spirit of the Heroes of Anti-Japanese War, and Promote the Ideological and Political Education of College Students

Bin TANG, Junjun XUE

Abstract


This year is the 70th anniversary of the Anti-Japanese War. In order to strengthen the effectiveness of the ideological and political education of college students, we need to grasp the contemporary reality while understanding the actual situation of college students, need to commemorate the victory of anti-Japanese war, cherish the spirit of heroes of the war while carrying out college students’ mission education, education of socialist core values and education of Chinese dream, need to integrate normalized education with nodal education, integrate coherent education with periodical education, integrate common education with targeted education so as to seize the opportunity to carry out effective ideological and political education.


Keywords


Hero’s spirit; Socialist core values; Chinese dream; Ideological and political education of college students

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