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Notes on China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and beyond…
Jun 30 '13
“Now, my grandfather is aging. His foes are either aging or dead, and they talk to each other very little. Lei Enzhan, the “rightist” teacher, once said that he didn’t care who treated him badly four decades ago. But my grandfather still feels much regret. In fact, he wants to say sorry to Lei Enzhan.”
For more, see Shawn Lei, ”My Grandfather the Red Guard,” at Tea Leaf Nation (25 June 2013) 
Image: Wikimedia Commons

Now, my grandfather is aging. His foes are either aging or dead, and they talk to each other very little. Lei Enzhan, the “rightist” teacher, once said that he didn’t care who treated him badly four decades ago. But my grandfather still feels much regret. In fact, he wants to say sorry to Lei Enzhan.”

For more, see Shawn Lei, My Grandfather the Red Guard,” at Tea Leaf Nation (25 June 2013) 

Image: Wikimedia Commons

6 notes Tags: GPCR cultural revolution China memoir memory trauma