紀念白求恩

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    • Learn to read Chinese characters? You have THAT much time available? hehe. The first two characters basically say In Memory Of and the last three is the Chinese translation of the name Bethune, as in Dr. Norman Bethune, a Canadian doctor who died in China in 1939 during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Bethune is a national hero in China, and his birthplace in Gravenhurst, Ontario, is visited by tens of thousands of Chinese every year. Mao Zedong wrote a eulogy for Bethune entitled 紀念白求恩.

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