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Post time 2006-3-29 10:26:50 |Display all floors
It is said that a certain man was wearing a bulletin which says: Xu Jinglei and Li Yuchun and their lot, please donote your money to save a boy suffering leukemia. This man was wandering around in Beijing Metro. At first, he intended to write Xu Jinglei and Guo Degang's name, but Guo said that he should be led away buy such silly words and actions. Then the man changed Guo into Li. The man had nephew suffering leukemia arising from testicles.

This sort of donation is forced, if the victimized public figures really have to donate. The rich cannot save all the sick. When people are ill, they should always think of stars. Tens of Millions of patiens in our hospitals are waiting for help. How many stars exist in our society? How much money do they have? Can they donate all their money? Should we put them to such foolish moral tests?
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Post time 2006-3-29 10:46:42 |Display all floors
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Post time 2006-3-29 12:46:01 |Display all floors
goverment should improve level of welfare of country.that is the way to solve the problem.

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Post time 2006-3-29 12:50:44 |Display all floors
right. but government is slow in action due to several reasons--shortage of money and red tape.
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Post time 2006-3-30 15:02:55 |Display all floors
We can understand the people’s anxiety, but many people can accept this kind of way.

It’s all dues to the China’s poor medical system and the high medical expense.

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