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Pressing On Li Linguo’ s Tactics for Healing


Text and Photographs by Guo Tieliu

Li Linguo is the chief of the police station in Badi Township, Beichuan County in Sichuan Province. Five years ago, Li and his colleagues saved 30 students from Beichuan High School after the Wenchuan earthquake, but his 15-year-old son was lost. Maintaining a cheerful demeanor, Li considers himself lucky compared to those who lost even more. However, his wife claims that he weeps passionately when nobody else is around. Li rebuts that he only sheds tears on special occasions such as his son’s birthday and May 12, the anniversary of the earthquake.

Li says the first year after the disaster was hardest. However, his wounds continually healed over time. A veteran and military enthusiast, Li has summarized his five tactics for recovery:

First, stay close to family. Li tries to spend time with his wife every day after work. He will even visit her during the day if he can find time. However, he never rides in the same car with his wife. “Entire families died together in the earthquake,” he explains. “I still worry.”

Second, he tries to keep his mind occupied. After work, Li spends most of his spare time playing chess on internet. Over the five years, Li has played more than 20,000 games, averaging over 20 a day.

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