JIN Saboteur955Mooreng? Atyoung comrade, who was tall and of athletic build. Now and again they wouldsteal a glance at Mr. Chiu’s table.seemThe air smelled of rotten melon. A few flies kept buzzing above the couplelunch. Hundreds of people were rushing around to get on the platform of incatch buses to downtown. Food and fruit vendors were crying for customers inLazy voices. About a dozen young women, representing the local hotels, held upplacards which displayed the daily prices and words as large as a palm, like FREEes itsPEALS, AIR-CONDITIONING, and ON THE RIVER. In the center of the square stood a con-crete statue of Chairman Mao, at whose feet peasants were napping, their backsyouon the warm granite and their faces toward the sunny sky. A flock of pigeonsperched on the Chairman’s raised hand and forearm.Les-The rice and cucumber tasted good, and Mr. Chiu was eating unhurriedly.loesHis sallow face showed exhaustion. He was glad that the honeymoon was finallyover and that he and his bride were heading back for Harbin. During the twothisweeks’ vacation, he had been worried about his liver, because three months agohe had suffered from acute hepatitis; he was afraid he might have a relapse. Buthe had had no severe symptoms, despite his liver being still big and tender. Onthe whole he was pleased with his health, which could endure even the strain ofa honeymoon; indeed, he was on the course of recovery. He looked at his bride,who took off her wire glasses, kneading the root of her nose with her fingertips.Beads of sweat coated her pale cheeks.”Are you all right, sweetheart?” he asked.”I have a headache. I didn’t sleep well last night.””Take an aspirin, will you?””It’s not that serious. Tomorrow is Sunday and I can sleep in. Don’t worry.”As they were talking, the stout policeman at the next table stood up andthrew a bowl of tea in their direction. Both Mr. Chiu’s and his bride’s sandalswere wet instantly.”Hooligan!” she said in a low voice.10Mr. Chiu got to his feet and said out loud, “Comrade Policeman, why did youdo this?” He stretched out his right foot to show the wet sandal.”Do what?” the stout man asked huskily, glaring at Mr. Chiu while the youngfellow was whistling.”See, you dumped tea on our feet.””You’re lying. You wet your shoes yourself.”15’Comrade Policemen, your duty is to keep order, but you purposely torturedus common citizens. Why violate the law you are supposed to enforce?” As Mr.Chiu was speaking, dozens of people began gathering around.With a wave of his hand, the man said to the young fellow, “Let’s get hold of him!”They grabbed Mr. Chiu and clamped handcuffs around his wrists. He cried,”You can’t do this to me. This is utterly unreasonable.””Shut up!” The man pulled out his pistol. “You can use your tongue at ourheadquarters.”The young fellow added, “You’re a saboteur, you know that? You’re disrupt-ing public order.”
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