Translation:On the death of Comrade Kobayashi

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On the death of Comrade Kobayashi (1933)
by Lu Xun, translated from Chinese by Wikisource
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The Japanese and Chinese people have always been brothers. While the bourgeoisies deceived them, drew the line with their blood, and continue to draw it.

But the proletariats and their pioneers are washing it away with their blood, which was proved by the death of Comrade Kobayashi.

We know it, and will never forget it.

We will firmly move forward hand in hand along the blood road of Comrade Kobayashi.

Lu Xun

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