Smoke and clouds in Beijing

Lifu returned to Peking to prepare a report.

Lifu returned to Peking to prepare a report. Apart from the customs reports, there were no complete works on the subject in Chinese, so Lifu had to use a lot of foreign materials. "The Japanese Concession in Tianjin is the headquarters of heroin in the world," he wrote. It is the center of opium export from Japan, Dalian, Shenyang and Korea to North and South America. The world's largest heroin factory is located in Tangshan. Only one Japanese factory in Zhangjiakou produces 50 kilograms of heroin per day, which is 15 times the amount legally needed in the world. Stuart Fuller, in his report to the International Union Commission on Narcotics Control, said: 'Where has Japanese power advanced in the East, and what has it advanced with it? Drug trafficking. ' He described the situation of drug trafficking in the Northeast and Jehol as "frightening". According to Japanese newspapers, the cultivation and sale of opium was carefully planned and managed by the director of the monopoly under the command of the governor of Korea. The Opium Manufacturers Association, subsidized by the government, is responsible for guiding the cultivation of opium, borrowing and cultivating opium, and for the delivery of opium raw materials. At the end of his report, he wrote: "The greatest difficulty in drug control and the elimination of smuggling is Japan's military authority and extraterritoriality.". If this is the case in the Far East, it is inconceivable that Japan should ask the world to recognize it. If this is the policy of a friendly country, China should have more enemies and less friends. If this is the new order in Asia, the conscience of all mankind should demand a return to the old order of primitive barbarism,ultrasonic sonochemistry machine, which is a more civilized way of life. The transfer of Tianjin to the Japanese Concession is a malignant tumor on China's political system, a stain on Japan's honor, and a threat to the public health of the whole world, which should be swept away from the surface of the earth. Old Mr. Yao's funeral was very grand and crowning. Since his return from ten years away, his neighbors have called him "the old immortal", and his funeral is also called the funeral of the old immortal, of course, the words are somewhat contradictory. Apart from Paofen's bannermen and the tea merchant's old friends,ultrasonic sonochemistry machine, there were many relatives and friends of the younger generation. Because of the nature of Afei's work, he had a considerable position in officialdom. Many representatives of the Peiping municipal government came to attend the funeral, and the procession was as long as a Li. At that time, the use of foreign drums and horns was already popular at funerals, so several groups sent two teams. Old Mr. Yao had told the monks not to chant sutras. But a monk from a temple in the Western Hills insisted on paying his respects. It was so difficult to refuse that Afei had to accept it, but only to ask them to attend the funeral. The result was a strange mixture of old and new, for the monk's face and cassock were swarthy, and the professional band's epaulets and uniforms were very distinct, playing Tchaikovsky's funeral March, which was very incongruous. Mulan, on her way north from Hangchow, saw two military bands at a railway station, sent by two officials to see off a provincial president. As soon as the train started to move, ultrasonic cutting machine ,ultrasonic spray nozzle, the two bands played at the same time, which became a funny sideshow. So she asked Afei to tell the two bands that they should coordinate themselves and not play at the same time, and that they should not pick up this one as soon as it was finished. The funeral gave Mulan and Mochow a chance to see their former relatives and friends again. Among them were Sutan, now a widow, Cassia, and her two daughters, Ailien and Lilien, both of whom seemed to be happily married and fashionable. Taiyun's mother also attended. Her husband had died, and she said her daughter was in prison again in Suzhou, where she was arrested on her way to a Communist Party conference. Asuan took a special leave of absence to go home to attend the funeral, and although he was not of the Yao family, Mannia insisted on doing so. The funeral was on Wednesday, and he returned to Tianjin immediately the next day. He heard that the day before, another group of Japanese ronin had loaded 200 pieces of goods into a third-class train at Tianjin Station and injured several passengers who had been expelled. In June, there were already eight or nine such incidents, which made the customs officers unbearable. On a Friday night they received news that a large consignment of goods, packed in six mule carts, had been seized by customs officers on the main road to Tientsin, but had been snatched back by three Japanese and three Koryo men, who had arrived in large numbers. Asuan's office was looking for volunteers to go and snatch it back. Several of the youngest and the strongest volunteered to go, including Asuan. The ronin were said to have no weapons on them, so they thought that twelve men were enough to deal with them. They are not allowed to carry weapons themselves, and their purpose is only to recapture the goods and repel the smugglers. Everyone knew the road of the mule carts, and the twelve men went first to a small village, armed only with ropes. In a shop in the village, one of them saw a big cannon, and they bought a few to frighten the smugglers. About half past two, the one of them with the binoculars saw the mule cart coming. In the first car there was only a small man, probably Japanese, sitting on a pile of goods, and several other people were sitting in the last two cars. The problem is to deal with the bodyguards in the back car without letting the first few cars escape, so the main point is to attack them completely and attack them unprepared. Three men were sent to deal with the Japanese in front, catch the mule driver, and detain the goods at the same time. The other nine were divided into two groups and hid on the opposite side of the Avenue, attacking the bodyguards, with Asuan in the back group. They crouched under an old wall. After the first car passed, the leader gave a signal to their own people to climb closer to the main road. The leader set fire to the big cannon and threw it into the car. As soon as the signal was sent, everyone rushed out. The Japanese and Koreans were shocked and began to throw stones. The customs officers jumped on the car in spite of the flying stones, and the two sides fought. Asuan was the third man after the first official, and as he was jumping into the cart, a two-pound stone hit him on the head, knocking him unconscious and causing him to fall to the ground. Fortunately, the others had already arrived, and the Japanese could no longer throw stones. A Japanese with an axe,ultrasonic handheld welder, aimed at the leader and chopped down, the leader quickly punched the Japanese in the stomach, the axe fell on the car.