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·Wei Liu Revolution 435: Disarming 0.3 Million Troops Makes Communist D
·刘蔚:济南军区,兰州军区,成都军区官兵该请愿了—唤醒国人之436
·Wei Liu Revolution 436: Troops from Three Military Zones Should Protes
·刘蔚回忆录1.101:为自己学习成了普智高
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.101: Studying for Oneself Becomes Traitor
·热烈祝贺蔡英文高票当选为台湾总统—唤醒国人之437
·Wei Liu Revolution 437: Congratulations on Cai Yingwen Become Taiwan P
·刘蔚回忆录1.102:为革命学习才被放了—六年高考
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.102: Released Only After Study for Revolution
·刘蔚:改革与革命之争没有意义—唤醒国人之438
·Wei Liu Revolution 438: The Debate between Reform and Revolution is Me
·刘蔚:声援被判19年的张海涛—唤醒国人之439
·Wei Liu Revolution 439: Oral Support Zhang Haitao, Sentenced for 19 Ye
·劉蔚:致蔡英文及臺灣民眾的公開信—喚醒國人之440
·Wei Liu Revolution 440: Open Letter to Taiwan President Cai and Taiwan
·刘蔚:“一致通过”“为革命学习”—六年高考/刘蔚回忆录1.103
·Wei Liu Memoire 1.103: “Consensus” to “Study for Revolution”
·刘蔚:2015年中国十大万人和平革命—唤醒国人之441
·Wei Liu Revolution 441: Top 10 Protests in China in 2015
·刘蔚:中共国是腐败官员领导的,以专制制度为基础的
·Wei Liu/Blue Revolution 442: China, A Country Led by Corruptive Commun
·刘蔚:海外华人应告别习近平的文革前中国
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 443: Oversea Chinese Should Stay Away F
·刘蔚回忆录1.104:只有民主人士才爱国
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.104: Only Democratic People Love A Country
·刘蔚:为海外中餐馆说句公道话—唤醒国人/白开水革命之444
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 444: Speak Fairly for Oversea Chinese R
·刘蔚回忆录1.105:在专制中国,我没有任何技能
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.105: I Have No Skills in Communist China
·刘蔚回忆录:79越战全镜头—六年高考1.106
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.106: An Overview on 1979 Vietnam War
·刘蔚:声援北风/温云超—唤醒国人/白开水革命之445
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 445: Support for Bei Feng/Wen Yuncao
·刘蔚回忆录1.107:高平战役:越军1个师对中共军7个师
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.107: Gaoping Battle: 1 Vietnamese Division vs 7 Chine
·刘蔚回忆录1.108:79越战高平战役:许世友指挥的7个师惨败了
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.108: 79 Vietnam War, Gaoping Battle: 7 Chinese Commun
·刘蔚回忆录109:高平战役:越军1个师打得许世友11个师失去了战力
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.109: Gaoping Battle: 1 Vietnam Division Makes 11 Chi
·刘蔚回忆录110:高平战役:许世友指挥的11个师彻底失败了
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.110: Gaoping Battle: 11 Chinese Communist Divisions G
·刘蔚回忆录1.111:凉山战役:中共军七个师损失惨重
· Wei Liu Memoir 1.111: Liangshan Battle: 7 Chinese Communist Divisions
·刘蔚:硕士员工雷洋在中共警察手中死了—唤醒国人/白开水革命之446
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 446: Employee Lei Yang, Master Degree D
·刘蔚:雷洋多半没有嫖娼—唤醒国人/白开水革命之447
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 447: Lei Yang Unlikely to Have Had Sex
·刘蔚:普通百姓反思文革50周年—唤醒国人/白开水革命之448
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 448: Common People Recollect on the Cul
·刘蔚回忆录1.112:79越战:东线中共军惨败了
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.112: Yietnam War 1979: Chinese Communist East Front S
·刘蔚回忆录1.113:79越战:中共军全线失败了
·Wei Liu Memoir 113: Yietnam War 1979: Chinese Communist Failed in the
·刘蔚:对于战争,习近平同样只会喊喊而已—唤醒国人/白开水革命之449
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 449: About War, Xi Jinping Can Only Tal
·刘蔚回忆录1.114:中国威胁论应改为中共侵略论
·Wei Liu Memoir 114: China Threat Should Change to Chinese Communist In
·刘蔚:欢呼!金重齐消灭了一两名中共国保—唤醒国人/白开水革命之450
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 450: Acclaim! Jin Zhongqi Has Annihilat
·刘蔚:留在美国根本需要热爱美国—唤醒国人/白开水革命之451
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 451: Staying in the United States Mainl
·刘蔚:国际仲裁中共败,南海鱼儿有救了—唤醒国人/白开水革命之452
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 452: International Arbitration, Communi
·刘蔚回忆录1.115:79越战是越军教训了中共军 白开水革命
·Wei Liu Memoir 115: 79 Vietnam War: Vietnam Forces Gave Chinese Commun
·刘蔚:来美国第一个五年别想绿卡的事—唤醒国人/白开水革命之453
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 453: First Five-Year in U. S. Do Not Th
·刘蔚:中共军要继续打压其师兄师傅师叔吗?—唤醒国人/白开水革命之454
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 454: Should Communist Forces Keep Strik
·刘蔚:魏京生等反思文革具有巨大现实意义—唤醒国人/白开水革命之455
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 455: Democratic People Like Wei Jingshe
·刘蔚:要么在美国每月一千美金,要么在中共国每月一千人民币
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 456: Either $1000 a Month in the United
·刘蔚:找个美国公民留在美国完全可行
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 457: It Is All Right to Find a U. S. Ci
·刘蔚:好华人社会在海外,坏华人社会在大陆 —唤醒国人/白开水革命之458
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 458: Good Chinese Society Is Outside Ch
·刘蔚:华人的真正祖国在海外 —唤醒国人/白开水革命之459
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 459: Chinese’s Real Homeland Is Overse
·刘蔚:中国人要么革命,要么出国—唤醒国人/白开水革命之460
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 460: Chinese Either Overthrow the Commu
·刘蔚:共产党搞的是马列国,不是中国—唤醒国人/白开水革命之461
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 461: What Communist Do Is Marxism, Not
·刘蔚回忆录1.116:79越战中共是罪恶一方,越南是正义一方
·Wei Liu Memoir 1.116: 79 Vietnam War: Chinese Communist Is Guilty, Vie
·刘蔚:换单位换家庭都不如换国家—唤醒国人/白开水革命之462
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 462: Job Change, Family Change Cannot C
·刘蔚:海归与文革同样荒谬—唤醒国人/白开水革命之463
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 463: Returning to Communist China Is Ab
·刘蔚:不能留在美国的华人都是封闭自己—唤醒国人/白开水革命之464
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 464: Whoever Cannot Stay in the United
·刘蔚:海归就是自取灭亡—唤醒国人/白开水革命之465
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 465: Chinese Returning to Communist Chi
·刘蔚:海归已死,独木桥派已败—唤醒国人/白开水革命之466
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 466: Oversea Returners and Using Profes
·刘蔚:留学生陷入了进退两难的严重困境—唤醒国人/白开水革命之467
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 467: Oversea Students Are in Serious Di
·刘蔚:来了美国,要嫁就嫁美国人/公民—唤醒国人/白开水革命之468
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 468: Coming to America, then Live with
·刘蔚:来美后就是成为美国公民的人生总决战—唤醒国人/白开水革命之469
·Wei Liu/Plain Water Revolution 469: Becoming U. S. Citizen—Decisive L
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Wei Liu: My Life in China 1.6: The Sky Outside the 4th Floor Looks Whi

Wei Liu: My Life in China 1.6: The Sky Outside the 4th Floor Looks White (Picture)

   Wei Liu June 2013

   I become 5 in 1975 in Chongqing, China.

   “Wei, Mom is going to the countryside campus. Do you like to go with me?” Mom asks me.

   “Mom, I’m willing to go with you,” I say. Of course, I’m willing to be with my Mom.

   This is my Mom’s high school to enact the policy of Mao Zedong that the students go to the country to learn from the peasants, and the same is with the teachers like my Mom. No. 52 High School of Chongqing, China, where my Mom works, has established a countryside campus.

   I feel quite excited. I’m leaving the current living place for a while. I don’t know for how long. Even my Mom does not know. I have never been to the countryside. I only hear the acquaintances of my Mom and Dad, coming from the countryside, say to them when leaving, “Someday when you have time, you can come and visit us in the countryside. The air in the countryside is fresh.” I have no idea of fresh air. Maybe it is a good thing.

   I like imagining. Let me imagine what goodness may be in the countryside campus. Are there many trees? Maybe. Is there the grassland I see in the movie? Maybe. Are there hills? Maybe. Are there bad things? I don’t know. Maybe. When my Mom talks about it to me, there is no smile on her face. She likes smiling. I don’t see why she does so. In my daily life, I never see many pleasant things. On the contrary, I often want to cry, but dare not. I know my Dad and Mom dislike it. I’ve never seen my Mom cry.

   Before long, I see the real face of the countryside campus. The place My Mom and I arrive is called Sanxikou, meaning 3-Creek Pass, located on the west bank of Jialing River, about 22 miles north to Lianglukou, Urban District, Chongqing, where my home and my Dad’s hospital is, and it’s about 9 miles south to Beipei District. To me, the distance is truly far. I have no idea of how to return home. The countryside campus is a product of Mao Zedong’s policy that the students go to the countryside to learn from the peasant. The building here is also made of bricks, with students and teachers going in and out. The only difference between here and the city campus is that here the building is made of gray bricks and the building in the city campus is made of red bricks. The gray building is the place of teaching, studying and living. I seldom have the chance to walk out of this gray building, to go to the real countryside. My Mom does not lead me there.

   In the countryside campus in 1975, in the morning my Mom sends me to the kindergarten. That is a room about 300 square feet, no toys, only a few desks and stools. Five or six children include me are there. Many times, there is no teacher there. Other children put down the stools on the ground, pushing it along and bumping into each other. I’m afraid of such game, such violence. I’m not good at it. I participate in it one or two times. It’s good that I haven’t got hurt. My body is fragile. Anyway I have played such game. Perhaps the teacher wants us to play it. After that, I stand at a corner of the room, watching others play. The pushing of the stools and the bumping of the stools produce so much dust and noise, making me feel even the breath is poignant. Many a morning is gone like this.

   I don’t know why that kindergarten does not open in the afternoon. Thank God. I can stay at home in the afternoon. The home for my Mom and me is at the end of the fourth floor. My Mom has left the home or room. I don’t know where she went. She should be around. I would like to know where she is so that I can search her out. I don’t know how far I can walk. I guess I can walk from this end of the floor to the other hand, which is about 50 meters. But there is no such possibility. My Mom has locked me up in the room. She has warned me many times before her leaving, “Wei, don’t climb on the window. If you do, you may fall over and die.”

   “OK, I know, Mom,” I respond.

   Now she’s not here. I walk to the window and open it. The window sill is as high as my chin. I cannot see what’s below it, but only see the white sky outside. Now I’m 1 meter tall. I get a small stool 10 centimeter high and put it by the window. Then my feet step on it. I move my heard outside the window. Now I can see. The sunshine fills up the surroundings, so quiet. There are 3 windows below my window, with big black electric wire running through one of the 3 windows. Then my home should be on the 4th floor. And what before us is a tract of yellow soil and a couple of rooms made of soil and tile. That is a factory to make clay. There are no woods or grass. The air may be fresher than that of the city, but it is not obvious. There isn’t anything that is very good.

   I step down from the small stool and go to the desk, sit down. I take out a pencil and a piece of white paper and begin to draw. First, I draw a horizontal straight line and then a vertical straight line to divide the paper into 4 parts. Then I can draw 4 pictures on one piece of paper instead of just 1. It’s not easy to get the paper from my Mom, who often says, “Wei, how can I get you so many papers a day?”

   The end of “My Life in China 1.6: The Sky Outside the 4th Floor Looks White”

   My Life in China: Book 1 From Birth to the Graduation of Elementary School to be continued

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    Many years later, I, Wei Liu, as a common person, feel the need to speak up a real solution to the world. Build Up a Fair, Democratic New World

    Wei Liu June 9, 2013

   In China, where there are no human rights, people are thrown by the high Communist officials into the battlefields one after another. From the 1970s to the 2010s, in the battlefield of the Entrance Examination to College, we Chinese students study 13 hours a day to survive that exam and shed many tears, with faint hope to make a living. Less than 2% of people can make a living on his own. When can 1.3 billion Chinese people to have our own house, our own medical care? When can we Chinese people free from the 100 degrees heat waves and the pollution? When can we have enough time for chess, mahjong, classics books and other good things that give happiness to ourselves and other people? In the 2010s, living in China one day is equal to have a pack of cigarette. Also, please be aware that English is a mandatory course in high school in China, and some Chinese Communist posts English words/replies against democracy and human rights workers like me, and they pretend to be westerners.

   The solution for people in any country to depart misery and enjoy happiness is to realize a fair and democratic new country, where every one has the 4 fundamental human rights:

    1. Right of land. Every one is entitled to have about half an acre of land given by God for him/her to live.

    2. Right of welfare. Having occupied/utilized the resources including the land of people, the government has the obligation to give every one the welfares of housing, food, education and medical care.

    3. Right of decision. The law and policy should be decided of whether to enact or not by people’s universal vote, including the tax rate, government budget, how many armed forces a country should have, how many classes a student should have a day. We shouldn’t talk about socialist, capitalist, or left or right any more. Mankind should have only one doctrine that is people’s universal vote decide a country’s law and policy.

    4. Right of cash. The money belonging to all the people should be distributed evenly among all the people, f. g. one year China gets a donation of $260 billion for Chinese people, then every one of the 1.3 billion Chinese people should get the cash of 260/1.3=$200 through the people-elected government that year.

   Those who oppose our ideas are never willing to let people vote on their ideas or our ideas. And we are always willing to let people do such universal vote. Then every one should see who are lying and who are sincerely serving the people. For those who largely agree to our ideas of the 4 fundamental human rights, we call each other human rights workers, comrade, awakened people, democratic people or common people. Just like playing chess, reading a book, no need to register. The 4 fundamental human rights should apply to any nation in the world. We wish those who largely agree to the 4 fundamental human rights can tell 5 or more people about it and let those agree do the same thing. When a country has serious problem, it is always the problem of human rights, democracy.

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