We must build our country well and make it prosperous. 100 years ago, our people were massacred. Our land was occupied. And our cities were bathed in blood. In the past, China once experienced droughts lasting for 3 years and were trapped in a great famine. In the old days, China was a semi-colonial and semi-feudal society. When my father was 13 years old, he went to Nanjing because his uncle was working, at the Central News Agency of the Chinese Nationalist Party. At the age of 15, he went to the battlefield of the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression. He lied about his young age to become a soldier. A 15-year-old teenager fought on the battlefield for his country. When he was 18, more than 20 Japanese soldiers chased after him. He hided on the roof of an old temple, but the Japanese soldiers shattered the whole temple and countless bullets whizzed by him. At that time he thought, “I would rather die now. It’s too suffering.” Eventually, the Japanese soldiers failed to find him. When my father was 21, China won the war, but at the cost of the lives of 35 million people. When he was 25, the People’s Republic of China was founded. My father’s family finally found him in Tianjin where he joined the troop led by Fu Zuoyi, a leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party. The best 10 years of my father’s life were spent in wars. It was countless martyrs who saved our great country at the cost of their blood and lives. Why do I have sympathy for Palestine? Because it reminds me of China in humiliation 100 years ago. Why do I have sympathy for Hamas? Because it reminds me of my father. We should love our country. Only if a country is strong enough, will its people be safe, and can families be together. We should also fight against the hegemony, have sympathy for the weak, and do all we can do. This is our conscience. What does it feel to be in hell? If you go to Gaza, you will know.