【禁聞】優秀女大學生 為何轉學十數次?(下)

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【新唐人2014年11月13日訊】在上一集的節目裡,我們向大家介紹了年輕的女大學生呂昕童年時的不幸,原本出生在高知家庭的她,在1999年當局開始鎮壓法輪功後,多次被迫和父母分離。尤其是在她8歲那年,親眼見到被折磨致殘的母親從監獄裡被背出來,對她幼小的心靈造成極大創傷。接下來呂昕一家又將面臨甚麼樣的遭遇?為甚麼她會經歷十幾次轉學?最終她是否學業有成?下面就帶大家共同來關注。

為了躲避當局無休止的迫害,呂昕一家三口離開了珠海,過上了流離失所的生活。可是,即使是這種居無定所的日子,也沒能維持長久。

2005年5月,呂昕的父母因製作法輪功真相資料,再次被當局抓捕。而這一次,迫害來的更為兇猛,父母二人都被當局重判8年,分別被非法關押在廣東女子監獄和梅州監獄,母親更是被迫害的全身癱瘓。

呂昕的媽媽:「在判刑之前,我被關在看守所,這期間我絕食了81天抗議迫害,結果全身肌肉萎縮癱瘓。在這種情況下,我依然接到了判刑8年的判決書。在看守所我癱瘓了8個月,一般人正常情況下,會終生癱瘓的,但『真、善、忍』的信仰支撐著我,從不能獨立翻身,到像1歲嬰兒一樣重新學習走路。最終,我奇蹟般地恢復了健康。令其他犯人們都感到吃驚。」

父母的一次次被抓和長期流離失所,不但對呂昕幼小的心靈造成了巨大傷害,也嚴重的影響了她的學業。從小學起,呂昕就隨著監護人的不斷變換,而頻頻更換學校,這也使得呂昕一直要經歷與朋友離別的痛苦。

呂昕:「因為總是換住處,我不得不一次次的轉學,光小學我就讀過四所學校,從珠海到北京,再到廣州,最後是惠州。這對我來說非常痛苦,因為不管轉學到哪裏我都要一切從零開始,原來的老師、同學和朋友都變成了陌生人,一切都要重新去適應、熟悉,可是往往剛剛有了新朋友,熟悉了新環境,就又要離開。加上我不太擅長交際,所以每次轉學都會帶給我很大壓力。」

到了小學六年級,照顧呂昕的姥姥因腦血栓發作,癱瘓在床,無力再做呂昕的監護人。然而,中共當局並沒有因為呂昕無人照管就網開一面,提早釋放她的父母,反而打算把她送到孤兒院。幸好當時學校的老師看到呂昕實在可憐,讓她暫時住在自己的家中,才讓呂昕得以順利讀完小學最後一年。

與小學經歷相同的是,呂昕的初中和高中仍然在不停轉學中度過,初中到高中轉學甚至多達六次。但令人奇怪的是,呂昕的學習成績竟然沒有因此而降低。

呂昕:「經常轉學對我的另一個影響就是,不同地區的課程內容、進度和要求都不一樣,學起來是比較吃力的。但令人覺得不可思議的是,我既沒有參加補習班,又很少向老師提問,但是成績一直保持名列前茅。高考之後,我就拿到了天津外國語大學的錄取通知書。我知道是修煉法輪大法打開了我的智慧,令我頭腦更加敏銳,記憶力也得到了提高。」

2011年6月,呂昕終於克服了重重困難,堅持到了高考結束,並成功的拿到了天津外國語大學的錄取通知書。這對於一個經歷了十多次大大小小轉學的學生來說,簡直是個奇蹟。但就是這樣一個創造了奇蹟的女孩,卻沒能讀完她夢寐以求的大學。因為當局對法輪功學員「經濟上截斷」的政策,使得呂昕一家三口的積蓄,早已在十多年來的迫害中,被消耗殆盡。

呂昕的爸爸呂平義:「我和妻子都是學外語的,在迫害之前我和妻子都有一份收入不錯的工作。但是珠海警察不僅強行中斷了我們原有的工作,還強迫我們只能留在家中,不得以任何理由請假離開珠海市。這樣一來,我們全家很長一段時間都處於沒有經濟收入的狀態,根本負擔不起孩子每年2萬元人民幣的大學學費和生活費。最後,女兒不得不輟學,放棄了寶貴的學業。」

現在,呂昕一家三口已經被迫流亡第三國,她的父母盼望著有一天能早點到達自由的國度,圓孩子一個大學夢。那裏,將不會再有迫害,也不必再經歷轉學和分離的痛!

採訪編輯/張天宇 後製/舒燦

Outstanding College Student Forced To Change School 12 Times

In the last episode, we introduced the unfortunate childhood
of young college student, Luxin.

Born into a family of senior intellectuals, she was forced
to separate from her parents multiple times
when the persecution against Falungong
began in 1999 by the Chinese authorities.

When she was eight, she personally witnessed her mother being
piggy backed out of prison, ruined and maimed by torture.

This scene left a gaping trauma in her tender heart.

What is Luxin’s subsequent fate?

Why did she have to change schools a dozen times?

Did she eventually make it in her studies?

Let us find out.

To avoid the incessant and never ending persecution
by the authorities, Luxin’s family of three left Zhuhai
and became homeless.

But even such vagrant days did not last long.

In May 2005, Luxin’s parents were captured once again by the
authorities for manufacturing materials detailing
the truth of Falun Gong.

The persecution that came this time was even more severe.

Her parents were sentenced to 8 years, the father was
imprisoned in Meizhou prison while the mother was sent
to Guangzhou female prison.

Her Mother was persecuted till her entire body was disabled.

Luxin’s mother: Before my sentence, I was kept illegally
at the detention centre.

In this period, I maintained a hunger strike for 81 days.

This caused a full body atrophy of muscles
and I became paralysed.

The authorities sentenced me to 8 years of prison even when
I was in such a state.

I remained paralysed in the detention centre for 8 months.

I did not undergo any medical treatment.

If it were a normal person, he might well
be permanently handicapped.

But the support of my faith in “Truthfulness, Compassion
and Forbearance" saw me through from a person who could not
turn her body to a person who began to learn to walk like
a 1 year-old infant.

I miraculously recovered to full health in the end.

The other prisoners who witnessed my transformation
were in shock and disbelief.

Repetitive kidnappings of her parents and long-term
displacement caused great damage
to Luxin’s young and tender heart.

It also severely impacted her studies.

Since primary school, Luxin frequently moved from school to
school following changes to her legal guardians.

This also made Luxin suffer the pain of leaving her friends
time and time again.

Luxin: As I had to frequently change my residence, I had
no choice but to transfer school time and time again.

I had studied in four schools just for my
primary school education alone.

From Zhuhai to Beijing, then to Guangzhou
and finally to Huizhou.

This was very painful for me.

Because no matter which school I go to, I had
to start from zero.

The teachers, classmates and friends that I was familiar with
turned to strangers.

I had to adapt and familiarize myself
with the new environment.

But the moment I made new friends and began to feel
comfortable with this environment, I had to leave again.

Every transfer was very stressful,
especially when I am an introvert.

When Luxin was in primary school at six, her grandmother,
who was taking care of her, suffered a cerebral thrombosis
attack and became paralysed in bed.
She could no longer be Luxin’s guardian.

However, the CCP authorities did not show any grace
on account of Luxin’s lack of caretaker.

They refused to release her parents earlier and instead,
decided to send her to an orphanage.

Fortunately, her teacher at the school took pity on Luxin
and allowed Luxin to temporarily stay at her home.

Only then could Luxin smoothly complete
the last year of her primary school education.

Luxin’s middle and high school experiences
were broadly similar.

She had to constantly change school.

From middle to high school, she had to change up to 6 times.

But remarkably, her academic results did not suffer.

Luxin: The other effect of having to constantly change school
is that I had to adjust to the different content, speed
and requirements of curriculums in different regions.

This made studying more difficult.
But it is incredible that I was able to maintain top grades
despite not having tuition and not asking the teachers
too many questions.

After the college entrance examination, I successfully
enrolled in Tianjin Foreign Studies University.

I know that it is the cultivation of Falun Gong that
unlocked my intelligence.

It made my mind keen and improved my memory.

In June 2011, Luxin overcame the legions of obstacles
and persisted to the end of her high school exam.

She successfully received the admission letter from
Tianjin Foreign Studies University.

This was a miracle to a student who had to switch school
a dozen times.

But even then, the girl who created a miracle
could not finish her dream school.

As the Chinese authorities adopted a policy of
“economic truncation" against Falungong practitioners,
Luxin’s family’s savings have long been exhausted in the
persecution that has lasted for more than a decade.

Luxin’s father, Lu Pinyi: My wife and I specialized in
foreign language.

We originally had very good and stable jobs.

But not only did Zhuhai police force the termination of our
original employment, they also forced us to stay at home and
ordered us not to leave Zhuhai city for any reason.

Therefore, our family had no income for a very long time.

We could not support our daughter’s 20,000 yuan (US$ 3265)
annual tuition fees and her living expenses at all.

In the end, our daughter had no choice but to quit school
and to abandon her precious studies.

At present, Luxin’s family of three are living in exile
in a foreign country.

Her parents look forward to the day when they can arrive
in a free country and fulfil their daughters college dream.

There will not be persecution there, and there will no longer
be pain from separation and transfers!

Interview & Edit/Zhang Tianyu Post-Production/ShuCan

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