Shanxi Post-80s Generation Master’s Degree Graduates Hold “Mao-Style Wedding”
On October 6, post-80s generation college master’s degree graduates Yue Tinghe and Ge Pinghua decided to hold a red wedding Ceremony [similar to “red tourism”, a wedding ceremony with Chinese Communist themes] attended by friends and family as well as red netizens, with one red netizen Zhang Sanxi bringing a wall scroll featuring a poem by Chairman Mao in his calligraphy, and all wedding guests were given a “serve the people” badge [as a wedding favor]. After the groom and bride paid their respects to each other, they swore to “forever always believe in Mao Zedong Thought, and pass down Mao Zedong Thought down generation after generation”, while a Mao Zedong impersonator loudly quoted Mao Zedong’s famous saying that the youth are like the 8-9 o’clock sun.
Comments from NetEase:
All their education has gone to the dogs [gone to waste].
I reckon they’ll be useless [members of society].
Let me give a verse:
First [vertical] scroll: A pair of fresh youths.
Second [vertical] scroll: Two old-fashioned wooden skulls.
Horizontal scroll: Zombies.
This is you guys following a path to your own doom.
Chairman Mao came out to host [their wedding]…
And they’re TMD graduate students, such retards. I really wonder how they got their diplomas.
Wearing a Western suit, a wedding dress, and posting scrolls. Over 40 years ago, they would’ve been the target of Destroying the Four Olds.
Quote: If it isn’t men holding women down, it’s women holding men down.
Those with master’s degrees sure are different. He’s indicating that he can marry additional wives.
It’s all young people cursing/criticizing Mao. Among netizens, the young make up the majority. But people who are 50 and older look at things differently from the youth. I don’t understand why there’s such a huge difference in perspectives/views between those who lived in that era and those who didn’t.
拉马西亚影视学院应届生 [网易内蒙古呼伦贝尔市手机网友]： (responding to above)
Shows that the younger generation is not so easy to deceive/con anymore…