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Mr.Chiu and his bride are eating a meal before their train. He was glad his honeymoon is over and that he and his bride were heading to Harbin. He was worried because he had recently had hepatitis and was in fear of a relapse.
They were talking, and a policeman at the next table stood up and threw a bowl of tea in their direction.
After Mr. Chiu confronted them, they accused him of sabotage and took him into custody agaisnt his will.
Don't wait for me here. Take the train. If I'm not back by tomorrow morning, send someone over to get me out.
Mr. Chiu was then questioned about his, "crime."
I didn't do anything. Your men are the saboteurs of our social order. They threw hot tea on my feet and my wife's feet. Logically speaking, you should criticize them, if not punish them.
I want you to inform your leaders that I'm very sick. I have heart disease and hepatitis. I may die here if you keep me like this without medication.
Mr. Chiu is treated poorly in jail because of his beliefs. He is discriminated for his beliefs on communism
Within a month over eight hundred people contracted acute hepatitis in Muji. Six died of the disease, including two children. Nobody knew how the epidemic had started...
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