The Adventures of Tom Shanghai 5.
top and purely down below, laying on a bad of Shanghai JingAn central hospital,â€? Ding Ling Lingâ€¦Ding Ling Lingâ€¦I pushed the bike bell. Constantly. â€œAccording the principle of Mao Zedong Thought, we must show concern for everyone. I am going to visit her.â€?
â€œWant to use my bicycle?â€? my sister smiled.
â€œYes. Truly. Ok!â€? I began to excite interest.
â€œBut I am afraid the bicycle is too high for you to ride,â€? sister worried.
â€œNo problem! I can stretch out one of my legs into the triangle frame of the bicycle. This motion can lower height to ride bike. My body can stand the bikeâ€™s weight if it fell. Your new car will be protected automatically. Understand?â€? I answered.
â€œYou speak very subtly and profoundly. Where did you learn from this balance theory? From which professor?â€? sister nodded.
â€œWe need a mood in enthusiasm but calmness; we ought to do work intensely but methodically,â€? I laughing. â€œI am studying Maoâ€™s book by myself, enjoying Maoâ€™s copyright freely.â€?
â€œOh! Nonsense! You can not call Mao Zedong Copyright for Mao Zedong Thought.â€? My sister said with prettily emphatic. â€œThe thought is a priceless common wealth for all mankind. But copyright is only a tool of making money for popular novelist in USA.â€? My sister seemed lost in thoughts. â€œMy youngest brother, you are not too foolish. But really, you have no any Communist political brains. So, you can not find any bright chance in Communist China.â€? The eldest sister forecasted. â€œYour future will be very dark in China!â€?
â€œWhat is politics? Great science in governing country or deceptive tool in duping people?â€? I asked seriously.
â€œYes or No. No or Yes.â€? She hesitated with no answer.
â€œArenâ€™t there any advantages in USA?â€? I asked suspiciously. â€œFreedom! Independent! Equality! Democracy!