The second most popular microblog post on Sina Weibo yesterday (the first was about popular Chinese variety show Happy Camp)…
From Sina Weibo:
The original TV news report on YouTube:
@英国报姐: A first grade boy who was bullied and made fun of by his schoolmates got the protection of 45 upper older schoolmates…
Note: This story is actually from 2013 late November.
Comments from Sina Weibo:
When I was in third grade, I was beaten up by a group of first graders, and in the end, it was a girl in my class who stepped forward to help me by chasing them away.
May I trouble people to stop making mocking or sarcastic jokes underneath warm [touching] microblog posts like this in the future? It’s really annoying.
A person’s childhood is very important in shaping their personality. Look, right now, he has gotten a small bit of concern/compassion. When he grows up, he will magnify this small bit of concern/compassion that he originally received. We should all think about what role we play in other people’s lives.
Why does it feel like the one wearing red in the animated gif is the main character [of this story]?
All kind-hearted boys.
Other people’s older schoolmates.
So it isn’t just me who thinks the one in red is pretending to be cool!
Such a positive story and there are still people sneering [making negative jokes], are you people still human?
I’m reminded of when I was small, when once I went out to play with my deaf little brother and then heard two brats behind us laughing at him wearing his hearing aid. I immediately became furious, had my little brother first go home, and then dragged those two kids to a corner of the school where I beat them up. Although I was an older student bullying younger students, it was still satisfying.
Every time I see something that is really touching, the comments will always have some comments by silly cunts.