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        To REMEMBER Nanjing Massacre

        發布時間:2015-03-30 09:39:57           責任編輯:管理員           點擊次數:1858

        By Constanly  from Ordos Campus
               On the morning of 13th December, when I searched the Internet, I found there were many news articles about the Nanjing Massacre. In an article, there was a photo o

        f our country’s flag at half mast, for the purpose of commemorating the people who were murdered during that hard time. The massacre was so brutal, as many as 300 thousand people died, it is the scar which is full of tears and blood of our mother country.

          I have once heard a story about an old male survivor, it touches the deepest part of my heart. When he was seven, there were lots of strangers who carried guns who came to his home and gave orders to his father in a strange language. His father answered something to them then ran to his room fast and told him with a beautiful smile:“Dear, let’s play hide and seek! Those men found me so they will take me away, if you want to win and save me, you should hide yourself well and don’t let anyone who wear the same clothes like them find you. Understand, my love?” he felt excited and answered quickly:“Yes, Sir!”Then he was watching those men bring his father farther and farther away. The second day, he was found by Chinese solider, and he realized he would never see his father until he died.It has been said that THOSE who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. For all Chinese people, Nanjing Massacre is one of the most cruel atrocities which the Japanese militarist had done to Chinese people  during the World War II. This part of history can never be forgotten by us. It is shocking that the Japanese who did the massacre deny their brutal act all the time. Even though there are some Japanese veterans who have began to admit the atrocities they had done. They are but few and this is so little. We can’t forget the pain, we Chinese must remember it so that we learn the lesson and learn to make our country and ourselves strong.

                Since the ancient time of China, there are lots of people who work quite hard and desperately, to live for freedom, who have helped the poor all the time… Everyone including us who had aimed to save our country has been the backbone, all who fought with the unfair was the backbone.
              “We will take history as a mirror and face the future, in order to make Chinese people's contribution the building of a harmonious world ”With practical action, promote th
        e development of all aspects of the two countries in political, economic, cultural and other relations, expand exchanges and cooperation between the two countries, to contribute to world peace and development so that we can be the backbone of our nation in our time.

                                                      

                Instructor: Nina


        譯文:

        紀念南京大屠殺

                九年級  李姝怡  (鄂爾多斯校區)

           十二月十三日的清晨,網頁里滿是一段讓人悲傷的歷史——南京大屠殺。天安門國旗降旗哀悼那些在大屠殺中死去的每一位善良而英勇的靈魂。300000余人死亡使這段歷史變得如此殘酷而血腥,這是中國脊梁上一道深深的、充滿血與淚的永生無法忘懷的傷。

        曾有一位大屠殺中幸存的老爺爺,他的故事讓我的內心深處悲傷到無以復加:他七歲那年,家里來了一群帶著槍的陌生人。他們用一種奇怪的語言向他的父親吼著,父親不知對他們說了些什么,然后飛快的跑到他的屋子里,對他笑瞇瞇的說:“兒子,玩兒一回捉迷藏吧!爸爸被他們捉住了,如果你想救我的話你就必須得贏,你得把自己藏好讓他們找不到你,懂了嗎?”他興奮的點著頭說:“懂了!”然后看著父親被他們拉扯著越來越遠。第二天當解放軍找到他時,他才意識到自己永遠也見不到父親了。

        不牢記歷史的人,終究是要重蹈覆轍的。日本政府曾無數次否定他們的野蠻行為,可無論如何,歷史是不能被掩埋的。對于所有中國人而言,南京大屠殺是日本軍國主義在第二次世界大戰中對中國人民所犯下的最殘忍的暴行之一。這段歷史我們永遠不會忘記。隨著時間的流逝,盡管有一些日本老兵開始承認他們在侵華時期所犯的暴行,但他們只是少數中的少數,所以我們新一代的中國人,一定要牢記國恥,振興中華!

        我們從古以來,就有埋頭苦干的人,有拼命硬干的人,有為民請命的人,有舍身求法的人那些舍身救國的人,那些為自由而奮進的人,他們才是中國的脊梁!

        “我們應以史為鑒,面向未來,為構建和諧世界作出中國人民的貢獻?!边@是國人的心聲,也是莊嚴的宣告和承諾。我們期待,日本那些至今尚不能正視歷史的人亦能本著“以史為鑒、面向未來”的精神,正確認識和對待歷史問題,不再做和發表傷害中國人民感情的事和言論。與中國人民一道,用實際行動,推動兩國政治、經濟、文化等各方面友好關系的發展,擴大兩國的交往與合作,為世界和平發展作出貢獻。

         

         

         

        指導教師:張莉娜