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In China, almost everyone has heard of the name of Jiang Sister Jiang Zhuyun, she is a female martyr who sacrificed for the cause of the motherland, however, it is such a female martyr, her son Peng Yun now lives in the United States for a long time, when this matter was exposed, it immediately caused a lot of controversy.
A reporter once questioned Peng Yun, asking whether he was worthy of his mother, Sister Jiang, and whether he remembered Sister Jiang's last wish.
To this, Peng Yun replied: He always remembers, and now his mother's last wish is only half fulfilled, and he feels deeply guilty about it.
So, why did Peng Yun choose to settle in the United States, and what is Sister Jiang's last wish? What is Peng Yun's own claim that only half of his last wish has been fulfilled? Is there any other hidden secret behind this matter?
Sister Jiang's last wish
In 1945, Jiang sister Jiang Zhuyun married Peng Yongwu, and not long after, the two had the crystallization of love - Peng Yun.
However, in that era, happy and happy times were always short-lived, and for the cause of the party and the revolution, Jiang Zhuyun and her husband Peng Yongwu had to be separated from their own flesh and blood.
In order to leave some thoughts, some things in common with their son, things that can comfort their longing, Jiang sister Jiang Zhuyun and Peng Yongwu took their son to a photo studio extravagantly, intending to take a group photo.
"Take a family portrait where there are crying faces, smile!"
Peng Yongwu saw that his wife was a little depressed, and quickly comforted his wife.
After listening to it, Sister Jiang looked at the little Peng Yun in her arms, and then looked up at the sky outside, I don't know what I thought, and instantly there was a trace of firmness in her eyes, and then Sister Jiang said:
"Yes, you should be happy, this is not a bad thing, obviously you are going to do happy things!"
Sister Jiang's eyes lit up faintly when she said this, and she didn't know whether she was talking about taking pictures or fighting for the revolution.
"Good! Look here! Laugh! Good! ”
As the words of the teacher in the photo studio fell, the family portrait of Sister Jiang's family was taken, and on the photo, the three of them were smiling happily.
However, none of them expected that they would have the next chance to take a family photo, nor would they have the opportunity to eat and live together as a family.
Because just one year later, Xiao Pengyun's father, Sister Jiang's husband, sacrificed his life for the revolution, and the family had no chance to reunite.
When Sister Jiang learned the news, she was heartbroken and cried, but not long after, Sister Jiang picked up her spirits again, and after taking another look at her son Peng Yun, she once again firmly embarked on the road of revolution, even though she knew in her heart that her future fate might not be any different from her husband's.
And the fact is that this is how it developed, after all, the road of revolution has always been a bloody road, just a few months later, Sister Jiang was arrested by the Kuomintang, and she was actually careful enough, but helplessly betrayed by traitors, but even so, Sister Jiang did not have the slightest resentment and regret.
After being arrested, Sister Jiang's eyes were still bright and firm, and at this time, the Kuomintang side had begun to torture Sister Jiang and carry out all kinds of cruel torture, just to pry open Sister Jiang's mouth and obtain secret information about the Communist Party.
However, the Kuomintang side apparently did not expect that a woman could persist in completing these tortures, so that they could only leave indignantly.
After the Kuomintang interrogators left, Sister Jiang's eyes showed a trace of worry and unease.
Sister Jiang's worries and worries were not for herself, but for the unfinished revolutionary cause and her little poor son Peng Yun.
This worry came to her mind from the moment she was arrested, but she did not dare to show it in front of the Kuomintang interrogators, and she did not dare to think deeply until after the Kuomintang left.
What to do with the country's unfinished revolutionary undertaking?
What should she do with her little Peng Yun, who is only two or three years old?
Especially now that she is in prison, what can she do?
Whether you can go out in the future is a matter of two things, and how long you can live depends on the mood of others.
What can she do?
Sister Jiang thought about this question for a long time, and finally after being interrogated and tortured, she thought of a way: the revolutionary cause of the motherland, her unfinished things, will be completed by her son, and if she wants to work hard to see and build the new China, she will let her son struggle and build, and her son can only trouble friends to take care of and raise him.
After some thought, she chose what she thought was the most suitable candidate, although it was really inappropriate to let her son drag others, but she had no other way, and at the same time, it was the only thing she could do before she died.
In the end, Sister Jiang used bamboo chopsticks as a pen, burned cotton wool and mixed water as ink, and finally wrote a letter to Tuogu, and sent it out by all means.
In this letter of support, Sister Jiang constantly apologized for her dragging behavior, and at the same time entrusted the orphan and placed her legacy, and also specifically explained that "there is no need to pamper this child".
On November 14, 1949, Sister Jiang finally died, but at the moment of her sacrifice, even if she was injured, she was still smiling, her eyes were firm and bright, without a trace of uneasiness and confusion, let alone a trace of regret.
So in the years when Sister Jiang was imprisoned, in the years after Sister Jiang Zhuyun's sacrifice, who was her son Peng Yun raised and how did he live?
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And I have to mention another woman, he can be called Peng Yun's other mother, she is the sister of Jiang Sister Jiang Zhujunto's lonely letter - Tan Zhenglie.
The woman who raised Peng Yun
And when it comes to Tan Zhenglie, I have to mention the name of another person, that is, Peng Yun's father, Sister Jiang's husband - Peng Yongwu. Because Tan Zhenglie is actually Peng Yongwu's first wife, that is, Peng Yongwu's ex-wife.
Facts have proved that Peng Yongwu is not only a revolutionary martyr himself, who gave everything for the revolution, including his life, but also has an excellent vision.
After he divorced Tan Zhenglie that year, the relationship between the two was also good, it was considered a friend relationship, and later Sister Jiang and Tan Zhenglie also became very good friends, and they called Tan Zhenglie sister affectionately.
And sister Tan Zhenglie can definitely be called a strong woman and a good woman.
After receiving Sister Jiang's request, she hardly hesitated for long, and immediately decided to live with Xiao Pengyun, even in that war-torn era, she had a difficult life at that time, and she also had a child of her own to support.
But in this case, Tan Zhengli still decided to keep the tinder for Sister Jiang, and raised Peng Yun, who was "probably being searched and arrested" with Sister Jiang's cousin Tan Zhu'an at that time.
Because after all, Peng Yun is the son of Jiang Zhuyun, and according to Jiang Zhuyun's nature, Jiang Sister Jiang Zhuyun will definitely not betray it, but the Kuomintang will definitely not give up, and will definitely try its best to threaten Jiang Zhuyun, then isn't Little Peng Yun the best target to threaten Jiang Zhuyun?!
After that, sure enough, the Kuomintang began, searching and arresting Peng Yun.
In order to protect Peng Yun's safety, Tan Zhengli did not let people catch Xiao Pengyun to threaten Jiang's sister Jiang Zhuyun, let alone let Peng Yun fall into a dangerous situation, Tan Zhenglie changed his name before and after, lost his home, and began to take his children and Xiao Peng Yun away to avoid arrest.
During the escape, during the days of running around and hiding in Tibet, Tan Zhenglie collapsed and cried, but she never gave up, and she persisted like that for several years, until the people of the party organization found her and found Peng Yun.
It stands to reason that Sister Jiang Jiang Zhuyun and Tan Zhengli should be the two women who had the greatest influence on Peng Yun in the early stage.
Didn't the behavior of these two strong and tough women affect Peng Yun a little?
I'm afraid it's hard.
Is there still that kind of heart in this world that is not warm?
The development of Peng Yun
In fact, at least in his childhood and adolescence, Peng Yun's performance was extremely well-behaved, extremely hardworking, and extremely excellent, otherwise he would not be able to have the qualification to "settle abroad" later.
Even later, when Peng Yun had just graduated from high school, the universities he wanted to apply for were all "Kazakh Military Industry", apparently, initially Peng Yun thought of following in the footsteps of his mother Jiang sister Jiang Zhujun, his adoptive mother Tan Zhenglie, and his father who sacrificed for the revolution.
However, when he was admitted to this school, Peng Yun was brushed off because his physical fitness was unqualified, highly myopic and thin.
In fact, the original Peng Yun was actually very good, he was a Sichuan science champion, and he had a good level in science, and when the dean of the Kazakh military industry knew the news, he finally decided to take Peng Yun to the school, after all, Peng Yun is good enough, or the son of a martyr, and he meets the conditions for being admitted unexpectedly.
Later, Peng Yun studied extremely hard in school, and also worked in a factory normally after graduation. But maybe Peng Yun felt that this was not enough, so he began to study, began to learn computers, and even later went abroad to study at public expense to continue his studies, learn advanced knowledge abroad, and gradually became a doctor and professor.
It can be said that Peng Yun was probably the best group of talents on the mainland in the seventies and eighties of the last century. After Peng Yun studied abroad, he once returned to China and tried to contribute to the country, so why did Peng Yun go to the United States and settle in the United States?!
It turned out that on the one hand, Peng Yun felt that there was little advanced knowledge in related fields in China at that time, and he also needed to improve himself in order to continue to contribute to the motherland, on the other hand, it happened that a publishing house in the United States threw an olive branch to him and was willing to provide him with a job in the United States.
So, Peng Yun went abroad again and went to the United States.
In this regard, there must be many netizens who will wonder, it is understandable that this Peng Yun went abroad to go abroad, but why did he later settle in the United States?! It doesn't make sense!
To this, Peng Yun once answered, he said: "When I came to the United States, the research environment in the United States was more relaxed than in China and more suitable for me, so I wanted to return to the motherland one day after researching major results, but I am now old, but I have not yet studied it." ”
But at that time, for Peng Yun's answer, obviously many patriotic netizens were not very satisfied.
Most netizens mean: even so, there is no need to settle in the United States! Settle in the United States, as if to give people the meaning that they will live in the United States in the future, will not return to China, and will not serve the country!
Then what is Sister Jiang's last wish, and what is everything Tan Zhengli paid to protect you Peng Yun?!
In this regard, Peng Yun also responded positively.
I am sorry for my mother, and my mother's last wish, so far I have only done half of it, I am guilty in my heart.
In this regard, some readers must still feel puzzled, where is this Peng Yun half-done, with his ability to do more and more for the country, but now it is all for the United States!
Then speaking of this, I have to mention Peng Yun's son Peng Zhuangzhuang, because half of what Peng Yun said about achieving is likely to refer to his own son Peng Zhuangzhuang.
Peng Zhuangzhuang is to some extent better than his father Peng Yun, he is a high-achieving student at Harvard University, very professional in this field, the most important thing is that Peng Zhuangzhuang has accumulated enough experience in the United States and returned to China.
After returning to China, Peng Zhuangzhuang went to the place where Sister Jiang did revolutionary work, and also went to the place where Sister Jiang sacrificed, touched the soil there, and felt the breath there, as if Sister Jiang is still there today.
What Peng Yun did not do after that, his son Peng Zhuangzhuang did it, Peng Zhuangzhuang is now a good future CFO, and has assisted the country in formulating various strategies many times, and he has undoubtedly contributed to the country.