What I can't bear the most is that Chinese patients are so humble and inferior in the hospital. In a truly civilized society, a doctor must have a noble soul. Only when your soul is noble can everything around you be lofty. When I was 10, my father was diagnosed with cancer and was admitted to the hospital. That day I visited him after school and I found the ward dim without lights. I was told that the head nurse did not allow the patients to turn the lights on. I turned them on immediately. Then the head nurse came and she immediately turned off the lights. I rushed over and beat her up. I told her,"am a 10-year-old child. If you dare to beat me today, I will go to the President to accuse you of abuse. My father took part in the construction of many important hydropower stations in New China. Why he is not allowed to use electricity? Who do you think you are?". This is the first time in my life to beat someone up. At that time, her hair was a mess, and her buttons fell off. Her husband was also in the ward next door, and watched unfeelingly as I beat her. How many medical staff in China are still treating patients with such disrespect? What Chinese hospitals should do is not to build buildings or purchase equipment, but to make the souls of medical staff noble. The patients go to the hospital for treatment because they trust the doctors. But the doctors think the patients are begging them. look down upon the patients, show disrespect to the patients, because there are too many patients and they do not worry about the revenue of the hospital at all. What kind of people are these doctors? What is the essence of business? The essence of business is mutual benefit.