In the previous article, the author once introduced you a person called Ye Qi Ayako's Japanese woman. This woman was originally a Japanese, but after World War II, she lived in China for most of her life in order to atone for Japan, and married a Chinese as his wife. In fact, in that era, even though our country and Japan had national feuds, this is not to say that all Japanese people are bad. There were also some Japanese women who became Chinese wives. The author next tells everyone that this person is also the same, her name is Shizuko Omiya.
Omiya Shizuko studied at the school as a nurse. In the latter part of World War II, the Japanese invading troops on the front line needed a large number of medical staff, so only the 17-year-old Gong Jingzi was forcibly recruited into the army to act as an accompanying nurse and came to the front line of the war, located in Rain in Myanmar. Jingzi's usual task is to take care of the wounded. But not long after, she discovered a phenomenon. The wounded were brought back. There are fewer and fewer bodies, but more and more corpses. This is mainly because the Japanese army was completely defeated in the front battlefield in the later period of the war. One day, the Japanese officer in charge of the base summoned everyone together and let them serve the country.
In this way, people familiar with Jingzi fell one after another, and Jingzi survived the arrival of the Chinese Expeditionary Army. She became a prisoner of the expeditionary army. Since Jingzi was just a female nurse and didn't have any bad intentions, she became a nurse in the expeditionary army. Later in the army, Jingzi met a company commander named Liu Yunda. After a period of getting along, the two gradually developed affection. But everyone knows that at that time, the Japanese were seen as enemies, and Liu Yunda also had concerns. He wanted to marry Jingzi but didn't know how to speak.
Fortunately, Liu Yunda’s superiors are quite enlightened. It is not a good thing to refuse two people because of Jing Jingzi's identity. That's itIn this way, Jingzi married Liu Yunda, a Chinese veteran. After the war, Shizuko settled down in China. In the 1970s, China and Japan resumed normal diplomatic relations, and Shizuko had the opportunity to return to Japan to visit relatives.
At this time, Liu Yunda knew that his wife's identity was extraordinary. It turns out that Shizuko's father Omiya Yoshio is a famous Japanese entrepreneur, and he only has a daughter like Shizuko. After the death of Omiya Yoshio, Liu Yunda and Shizuko inherited Wanguan's wealth together. I don’t know what you think after reading this story? Feel free to leave a comment below.