After we graduated from high school in 1998, she went to a university in Beijing; while I became a soldier in northern China. In June the next year, after finishing a special task, and while I was cleaning the track plate, I found a red hairpin. I clearly remembered that this was a gift I gave to her when we departed from each other.
(Jennifer’s note: This is a mini novel circulated in Chinese social media by an unknown author. I translated it into English. If you have problem understanding it, please watch this 4 minute video:
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