Diary of a Madman and Other Stories - Cheering from the Sidelines: Dragonboat Festival, The White Light, Some Rabbits and a Cat, A Comedy of Ducks, Village Opera Summary & Analysis

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Cheering from the Sidelines: Dragonboat Festival, The White Light, Some Rabbits and a Cat, A Comedy of Ducks, Village Opera Summary

In Dragonboat Festival, Fang Xuanchuo had grown accustomed to respond that "there's not much difference" as a way to make himself feel better regarding troubling circumstances. At times he wondered if he was just deceiving himself by saying this, because he was now too afraid to stand up to the problems in society. He told himself that there was very little difference between the new leaders and the old and that people should just mind their own business and not cause trouble. Many of his fellow faculty members demonstrated when their pay was kept from them; Fang Zuanchuo did not get involved. Through these demonstrations...

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