Japans War of Invasion Against China Orphans Returning to Jilin: Searching for Beneficiaries After 23 YearsFarewell

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 Japans War of Invasion Against China Orphans Returning to Jilin: Searching for Beneficiaries After 23 YearsFarewell


Ding Xiuhao and Shi Guozhuangs (Right) Talk

Wang Qing, Jilin, China-Singapore Network, September 8, by telegram, The grace of dripping water, Yongquan reciprocates each other. My mother and I are here to reciprocate the grace. In any case, the police should find my old neighbor before my mother and I return to Japan.

Recently, a man from Japan, Ding Xiuhao, came to Qingsong Police Station of Tianqiaoling Forest Public Security Bureau in Jilin to show his identity. After that, he told the police about a dust-laden past of 23 years.

This period of history should start with the Japanese war of aggression against China, which not only brought great disasters to the Chinese people, but also to the Japanese people. The war orphans are the most direct victims of Japan. But they are lucky. Kind Chinese adopt many Japanese orphans abandoned in China. After the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan, they gradually returned to Japan.

Ding Xiuhaos mother, Michiko (a pseudonym), was a war orphan. At that time, Michiko, who was only 3 years old, came with his parents to Sifangshan Mountain in Tianqiaoling, Jilin Province, China, to engage in agricultural reclamation, during which his mother died. After the war, for many reasons, the father failed to bring his daughter back home.

Fortunately, Michiko was adopted by a Chinese couple and married to a Chinese man when he grew up and lived in the Inland Forest Farm of Tianqiaoling Forestry Bureau in Jilin Province. At that time, the living conditions of Michikos family were very difficult. Shi Guozhuang, a neighbor, and Yin Chengtai, a unit accountant, greatly helped the family.

Ding Xiuhao (right) meets Shi Guozhuang and his wife. Photographed by Guo Guangdong

In the 1990s, Michikos relatives in Japan found her and took her family to live in Japan. The contacts between the families were interrupted.

As she grew older, Michiko missed China and her neighbors and friends who had helped her family. She repeatedly asked her children to come back to her native land in her lifetime and meet her neighbors and friends who had helped her.

Ding Xiufa said that in half a century of life in China, mothers were deeply influenced by Chinese traditional culture, always bearing in mind the need to know gratitude for repayment.

Earlier this month, Michiko, 83, boarded a plane to China accompanied by his son Ding Shao. However, when Michiko returned to the inland forest farm, the once familiar street houses were no longer familiar, and the former acquaintances and neighbors were nowhere to find. In despair, Ding Xiuhao came to Qingsong Police Station of Tianqiaoling Forest Public Security Bureau for help.

Wang Yuwei, deputy director of Qingsong Police Station of Tianqiaoling Forest Public Security Bureau of Jilin Province, immediately dispatched police to inquire about the situation. After a series of careful visits, we finally found Shi Guozhuangs family. The friendship that has lasted 23 years has finally been recounted.

Source: Responsible Editor of China News Network: Xing Haibo_NBJS8850