Sol­dier's civ­i­lized be­hav­ior ap­pre­ci­ated

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY - By Guo Jia

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.

Photo pro­vided by Wuhan Metro

The sol­dier wipes the spit­tle off the floor.

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