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Senda wishes you a happy International Workers' Day!



The origin of International Workers' Day traces back to the struggle of American workers for the eight-hour workday. In 1886, Chicago workers staged massive strikes and demonstrations to demand this right, but faced brutal suppression. This event shook the working class worldwide. To commemorate the sacrifice of workers and their struggle for labor rights, the Second International, meeting in Paris in 1889, designated May 1st as International Workers' Day, honoring the hard work and fighting spirit of the working class. This decision gained widespread support from workers globally, and International Workers' Day has gradually become a festival celebrated worldwide.


In China, the earliest history of International Workers' Day can be traced back to the 1920s. On May 1, 1918, some revolutionary intellectuals distributed leaflets introducing the International Workers' a Day in Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Hankou, and other places. The celebration of International Workers' Day in 1920 marked the first time China commemorated this important day, signaling the beginning of the union between communist intellectuals and the workers' movement. After the founding of New China, the Government Administration Council of the Central People's Government made a decision in December 1949 to officially designate May 1 as International Workers' Day.

劳动权益保护 Laborers' Rights



Protect Basic Rights

Ensure that workers enjoy legitimate rights such as employment, remuneration, rest and holidays, and safety protection, creating a fair and safe working environment.



Promote Harmony and Stability 

Establish a sound labor relationship coordination mechanism, resolve disputes between workers and employers, supervise employer behavior, and maintain the stability of labor relations.



Promote Fairness and Justice 

Protect the rights and interests of workers, stimulate their enthusiasm and creativity, promote social and economic development, and embody respect for the dignity and value of workers.









On the arrival of International Workers' Day, Senda extends our deepest respect and wishes to you! 


Your hard work has contributed to social progress and brought us a better life. 


May you get ample rest during this festival and enjoy the sweet fruits of your labor.


Senda wishes you a brighter future and even greater success in your career!