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cwdy Post time: 2017-4-16 02:04
Many Chinese as one of of my friend dubbed: trash men.  no moral standard, no knowlege, no wisdom.   ...

Sounds like a poster here.

I'm sure he would just sit by and watched the lady and little girl die.
(and get enjoyment out of it)

Sometimes I worry about China's future.

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A truly harmonious society is not easy to build.This is closely related to thousands of years of civilization and behavior in China.For example,"whether the old man who falls should be helped"  is a hot topic in china tese years.It is a matter of moral bottom line.Many people think it is better o be an onlooker to help the fallen old man get himself into trouble.This is a bad idea,of course,but they also have problems.Therefore,to build a harmonious society,we must start with everyone.

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fantcy Post time: 2018-2-26 18:56
A truly harmonious society is not easy to build.This is closely related to thousands of years of civ ...

A "harmonious society" starts with the concern and care for others.
Watching while others are victimized, does NOT build a better society.

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