Reborn at Boot Camp: General, Don’t Mess Around!

Chapter 160 - The Blood War

Chapter 160: The Blood War

Translator: Henyee Translations Editor: Henyee Translations

Even the most irrational person could not withstand the condemnation from the public. Very soon, the Vietnamese students seemed a bit nervous as the students from every country talked about them.

“Why aren’t you inside?” the Vietnamese man with the code name of Red Scorpion walked over. He observed the flustered looks on the faces of his students and the icy countenances of the Chinese students. Frowning, he asked his students again, “What happened just now?”

He was holding a pile of materials in his hands, followed by two Vietnamese teachers who were also carrying materials.

He shot a cold glance at the several Vietnamese students. They lowered their heads, telling the man about the incident in a low voice.

Suddenly, Gao Yiyang interrupted the student who was speaking. “Please tell the whole and true story to your teacher.”

He said the sentence twice, the first time in English, and the second time in Vietnamese.

His voice made the Vietnamese student tense all over.

Ye Jian glanced at Red Scorpion. She pursed her lips and said in a cold voice, “Please tell the incident completely and honestly in a language which we can all understand.”

At first, Red Scorpion assumed it was merely strife among the students. When he heard his student mention “invaders”, he realized why the Chinese students refused to make a compromise.

Carrying materials in their hands, the teachers from China came over and heard that term as well. Their faces seemed so stern that they terrified the Chinese students.

The Vietnamese students picked up the books and apologized. But the four Chinese teachers didn’t leave right away. They said to Ye Jian and the other students, “Go have lunch. We will take care of things here.”

It seemed that the commotion had come to an end! Nevertheless, the Chinese students knew that it wasn’t over yet!

After lunch, the 12 students sat in the teachers’ room. They were still a bit angry when discussing what had happened at noon.

Director Li from the No.1 Experimental Middle School in Beijing was the leader of this team. As she heard the students talking about the Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979, she sighed, “You know too little. It’s not the Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979 that they were talking about, they were referring to the Battle of Laoshan in recent years. Ye Jian, I remember that you are interested in military affairs. Do you know anything about it?”

The Battle of Laoshan was warfare between China and Vietnam. Nowadays, the two countries were still having conflicts with one another from time to time. Students should not discuss this matter among themselves!

Not to mention that they were in Australia right now!

After contemplating for a while, Ye Jian said slowly, “Located on the west side of Malipo County of Yunnan Province, Laoshan has always been a stronghold. After the Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979, regardless of the repeated warnings from the Chinese government, the Vietnamese secretly sent troops to occupy Laoshan. Taking advantage of the complicated landscapes there, they built large numbers of tunnels, trenches, bunkers, wire fences and traps.”

“The violation of the territories of a country is absolutely unacceptable. On the early morning of April 28th, 1984, the 40th division and 49th division of the 14th battalion of our army launched attacks on the Vietnamese army on Laoshan and Zheyinshan! After 18 days of brutal battling, the frontier forces of our country finally took back Laoshan and Zheyinshan.”

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