1978, Chongqing, China and I’m 8 years old. I put down my telescope and return to 1978. During the Chinese New Year, my Dad, Mom and I go to Nanchong, Sichuan Province, a place about 150 miles north to Chongqing. At my aunt’s home in Nanchong, I get sick too. I have no idea of what’s wrong with my body. We ignite seven or eight fireworks. That’s a chilly night. We 10-odd people stand in the yard, looking at the green, blue, red flashing of the fireworks turning on the ground. The air sends gun powder smells now and then. I like it very much.
After the Chinese New Year, we return to Chongqing. The spring semester of the 1st grade begins. In China, every academic year has 2 semesters, beginning with the fall semester and ending with the spring semester. So every one graduates in the spring, no one in the fall. Again in the morning I step out of the First Workers’ Hospital, bag on my shoulder, 1 50-gram of steamed bun in hand, heading to Jialin School in Guihuayuan St. Thinking about one day I will enter the 8th grade of this school, I feel it is truly too long.
On the first day of the spring semester in February, 1978, we students file out of the classroom, stool in hand, to the west-most playground of this school for the School Opening Ceremony. We are passing another playground at the middle level of the school, the 3-floor orange teaching building with slope roof, reaching a pass. The pass is a flight of the downward staircase. I walk in the crowd of schoolmates. Step down the staircase, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down, step down. Finally, we reach the bottom of the staircase and stand on the west-most playground of the school. That playground is about 80 yards from one side to the other, being the largest playground of the school.
We put down our stools on the ground and sit ourselves down by the order of classes and grades. There are about 2,000 students from all the 8 grades sitting opposite to the platform. Surprisingly, there is not much sound in such a large playground. I dare not make a sound either. A desk is set on the platform, and behind it sits a man with bald head and big stature, looking very academic. He is our schoolmaster Mr. Gao. He uses his hand to adjust the microphone on the desk, making it closer to his mouth.
“Schoolmate, the school is open again,” he says lightly.
“Alas, alas,” I hear several sighs. I don’t want the school to open again either.
Then another official looking like Communist Secretary walks on the platform and says, “Now the general work of our country is to rectify.”
To be honest, I wish all the high and low level officials to go sleep, play mahjong or chess, and do not go to work. They have been working for decades, doing this, doing that, but people get nothing, having no wealth and no human rights. Those officials have made it worse and worse.
The end of “Wei Liu Exam 1.43: ‘Schoolmates, the School Is Open Again’
Walking Through Six Years Examination/Wei Liu Exam Book One From Birth to the Graduation of Elementary School to be continued
公友/觉醒人士/民主人士/普通百姓 刘蔚 2014年2月27日更新
Wei Liu: China Revolution: The Grand All-People Revolution in China (Chinese- English Version)
Human Rights Worker/Awakened People/Democratic People/Common People
Wei Liu February 22, 2014 Renewed 如果你还想你或你亲友每人拿回土地，住房，医疗，拿回包括公民税率，政府各方面开支等社会事务的表决权这些民主人权，你最好读完这篇长文。你可以从Google translate/谷歌翻译听文章的朗读。你可告诉你外国朋友/老师我写的英文。更多文章见我的海外博讯boxun网站的博客，加上前后的www, com 我名字在首页底部的作者群中。从2007年到2014年2月，我博客的显示点击量已达300万，而按博讯说的各博客的实际点击量是显示点击量的10倍以上，那我博客的实际点击量到2014年2月已达3000万。我们的文字是对中国民众说的，是我们认为真实的情况，欢迎各位，各媒体.转载，传播。一个人给5个以上人讲我们《伟大的中国全民大革命》中的1项国际公约，2项活动主张，4项基本人权，8项优秀活动，及本县/市政权楼等几个地址，民众兵器弹弓枪等起义事宜，壮大进步力量，救自己，救别人，救中国。
If you want you or your friends in this life get back the human rights of half an acre land, welfares of housing, medical care, the voting rights on the tax rate and the government budget, you’d better read through this long essay. Google translate can read text aloud for you. If you have foreign friends/teachers, you may tell them to read the English part of my essay. More articles of mine can be seen my blog at “boxun”, my name Wei Liu/刘蔚 is at the bottom of the homepage. From 2007 to 2014, my blog has 3 million displayed visits, and the website says that the actual visits is 10 times as the displayed visits. Then the actual visits of my blog is 30 million visits. What we say here we hold is true and is for 1.3 billion Chinese people. Every one is welcomed to publish, to spread our words, one person tells 5 or more persons, about the 1 international convention, the 2 activity opinions, the 4 fundamental human rights, the 8 excellent activities, the couple of addresses of the Communist regime buildings in the local county, the uprising elements like the slingshot of people’s weapon. Anyway, we expand the democratic strength to save ourselves, our friends and our country.