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The 'exam dairy'

(People's Daily Online)

14:13, June 06, 2012

Photo taken on May 24 shows that student Liu Qingsai is studying. Liu wrote in her dairy on April 23, "Yesterday, Mom visited me. She told me that my dad's coronary heart disease is getting worse and can't do very difficult work in the future. My mom paused for a very long time without saying a word since she was so sad. My parents are getting old. The shines on mom's look are gone and wrinkles appeared on dad's face. I cried for a long time and swore to myself that I have to grow up and enter the university quickly. Someday, I can be their umbrella." (Xinhua / Bai Yu)

Edited and translated by Xue Meng, People's Daily Online

In the suburbs of Changsha city in Hunan province, there is a school named Da Cai School, which helps students who prepare to join the university entrance exam for the second time. In this school, more than 1,000 students who failed to pass the national exam last year are preparing to attend the exam for the second time. With 100 days left for the exams, every student started writing their "exam diary" to memorize their laughter and tears, memories and hopes, confusion and determination…

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