You may not know him, so please read the brief biography and stories pertaining to this great physicist in modern China at:
http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/xmJ4ZeOvXeVrtphNgUyrMg ( The article has been removed by the author himself, and I am sorry for that. Please find the personal experiece of Prof Su in other sources, e.g. Wiki)
I have always wondered why many a scholar were unfairly treated during Cutural Revolution. Some of the scholars are scientists whom were badly in need of for China at that time, say 1965 to 1975. Why did some of them receive endless self-criticism or even severe punishment like Prof. Su here(and that even greater physicist Ye Qisun葉企孫), but some did not, like his collegue and good friend Prof. Wang Ganchang王淦昌?
There must have had something behind the scene, or true motivation, for Chairman Mao treating those scientists like that; you know, Mao is smart and ambitious man of strategy, but he is definitely not a crazy guy.
PS I am glad China Mainland has been 不再折騰 any more. Still she must pay much heed to those "public intellectuals", compradors for Western Worlds, and latent quislings.
- 2樓. reaizuguo* 😻2020/08/06 23:07宏觀與客觀
Certainly we should look into Cutural Revolution, and all human events, in a macro-historical point of view; otherwise, we are only reading His Stories of the past. I just wonder under what circumstances could the miserable personal experieces have happened to those valuable scientists, like Prof Su and Prof Ye.
Yes, I wnat to know it with a macro-historical aspect. Retiredbum 於 2020/08/07 10:35回覆
- 1樓. reaizuguo* 😻2020/08/06 14:05FYR,
BTW, http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/xmJ4ZeOvXeVrtphNgUyrMg has been deleted by the auther.Read again, thanks! Retiredbum 於 2020/08/07 10:39回覆Read again, thanks! Retiredbum 於 2020/08/07 10:39回覆