Soldier's civilized behavior appreciated
On the evening of Sep.
12, when Ms. Chen walked into a carriage of Metro Line
2, she saw about 20 soldiers in brand new uniforms wearing big red paper flowers on their chests. Those conscripts stood upright in the middle of the carriage and spontaneously took up their bags to make room for the incoming passengers.
"At the Zhongshan Park Station, a passenger in his
40s spat here and there, making the door and floor dirty," said Chen. The man got off the train at the next station due to the reprimands from the other passengers. But after that, one of the nearby soldiers bent down, took out some tissues and wiped the spittle off the door and the floor. After cleaning. he folded up the dirty tissues and put them back into his pocket.
Chen said, "The soldiers are every bit worthy of the immaculate uniforms as well as the big red flowers on their chests! " On the Internet, viewers condemned the spitting passenger and praised the young soldier.
The soldier wipes the spittle off the floor.