A poem praising wind blowing from China was found in a Hong Kong primary school’s Chinese textbook. Netizens quickly rewrote the poem to mock the toxic smog problem from China. .
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The wind blows its children to America.
The wind blows its money to Switzerland.
The wind blows locusts to Hong Kong
一逆一(水野): hey, it’s the wind from the Motherland. If it said the right thing, it would be strange, right?
The wind blows the Motherland’s smog to Hong Kong;
The wind blows greedy gamblers to Macau;
The wind blows its unrequited love to Taiwan.
The wind engulfed justice in Hong Kong;
The wind swirled up sin in Macau;
The wind stirs up anger in Taiwan.
Oh! Dear wind!
You blow yourself up.