The last mention of Jin Yongs death: this place is my home.

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 The last mention of Jin Yongs death: this place is my home.


This place is my home.

My hometown is Haining, Zhejiang. It was the place where I was born, where I lived as a child and a teenager, where I received an enlightenment and completed my high school education. After graduation, I went to Shanghai and came to Hongkong in the late 40s of last century, when I was only more than 20 years old. The most striking feeling of the new arrival is the hot weather and Cantonese, which do not understand a word. There was also a joke that when I first arrived at the port, I got on a white car and said I was going to the restaurant, but the driver took me to the office.

At that time, Hong Kong was still backward in economy, life and culture, and felt a bit like a country place. But the average Hong Kong man is frank, honest, trustworthy and reliable. I soon liked them and felt that Hong Kongs interpersonal relationship was better than Shanghais.

Surprisingly, living in this strange city for seventy years, more than half of life is spent here. I married, had children, wrote novels and started newspapers in Hong Kong. My family and career were established in Hong Kong. I personally witnessed that Hongkong became an international metropolis with the prosperity of the industry and commerce. I also see with my own eyes that reform and opening up bring about great changes to the country.

In the Song Dynasty, Su Dongpo, who was far away from his hometown to Lingnan, wrote in a poem Ding Fengbo: This place of peace of mind is my hometown. For Hongkong, I am also an immigrant. When I came to Hongkong, I was very comfortable. I owe everything to Hong Kong, and I am grateful to Hong Kong, which has slowly become my second home. I cherish the good time here, I will love her and do my best to repay her. Five years ago, Mr. Zeng Decheng met with me on behalf of the Hong Kong government to propose the establishment of the Jinyong Pavilion. At that time, I said I should never dare to. After his patience and sincere persuasion, he was ashamed to accept it. I am grateful to many readers for their love and enthusiasm for my novels. They have treated me very well. I would like to do something for you, and I would be happy to do so. I would like to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Zeng Decheng, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Hong Kong Museum of Culture, and to the many friends and professionals who have made great efforts to establish the Jinyong Museum. Source: Beijing Youth Daily editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310

In the Song Dynasty, Su Dongpo, who was far away from his hometown to Lingnan, wrote in a poem Ding Fengbo: This place of peace of mind is my hometown. For Hongkong, I am also an immigrant. When I came to Hongkong, I was very comfortable. I owe everything to Hong Kong, and I am grateful to Hong Kong, which has slowly become my second home. I cherish the good time here, I will love her and do my best to repay her.

Five years ago, Mr. Zeng Decheng met with me on behalf of the Hong Kong government to propose the establishment of the Jinyong Pavilion. At that time, I said I should never dare to. After his patience and sincere persuasion, he was ashamed to accept it. I am grateful to many readers for their love and enthusiasm for my novels. They have treated me very well. I would like to do something for you, and I would be happy to do so.

I would like to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Zeng Decheng, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Hong Kong Museum of Culture, and to the many friends and professionals who have made great efforts to establish the Jinyong Museum.