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Generally speaking everyone has his or her idols in one way or another And all of us know the truth that life without ambition is like a ship without a rudder Now as an adult I dont think there is necessary relationship between idols and ambitions any more but it was impossible for me to treat them respectively when I was young In fact in those days my ambitions just came after my idols As my idols changed my ambition changed too I was born in a traditional family and grew up in a traditional environment Since I was very young my parents and my teachers had imbued me with a lot of knowledge of our countrys tragic history At that time listening to hero stories watching hero movies and singing hero paeans were indispensable parts of my life My heart was totally occupied by national heroes They were all my idols and I adored them so much So my first ambition was to become a PLA man and then become a hero by heroically giving my precious young life on a battlefield But whats pity was that nobody told me how to do and I myself didnt know where to start Several years later my first ambition finally ended up with nothing When I was a teenager movies and songs from Hong Kong and Taiwan were becoming more and more popular Those highly commercialized movie stars and song stars were soon worshipped by millions of youngsters In my class girls apparently adored beautiful female stars but I really knew what made them crazy were those handsome and cool male stars The case of our men was just contrary At that time my idol was Lin qingxia a famous movie star pursuing her career first in Taiwan and then in Hong Kong and my ambition was to become a great actor and get a chance to play a movie with her In my eyes she
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