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幸运的孔子… oops… I Mean, Lucky Confucius!


On April 11, 2011, Li Changchun, the Propaganda chief of the Communist Party of China, which appeared to be quite a high rank, came to visit Armenia. The purpose of the visit was the openning ceremony of Confucius statue in the yard of the Yerevan State Linguistic University after V. Brusov.

Actually, there is a Confucius Institute which works in one of the university’s buildings, so it was their initiative to memorize the great philosopher.

Anyway, I remember the day. Three hours before Comrade Changchun’s arrival the university was almost empty. Also the Armenian Prime Minister was to attend the event. So there were uniformed people with huge beast-dogs walking around and checking all the corners of our old good Brusov. I wonder now, were these security measures for the Prime Minister or the highly ranked guest?

Now the most interesting part of the story. I’m not sure if the statue was opened that day, as the next day when me and my friends decided to visit the philosopher’s monument, we were quite surprised to find only the stone with his name on it (frankly, it looked like a tombstone (R.I.P)). Where had Confucius gone after the party?

Anyway, he’s back now and standing right in front of the canteen of the university and proudly follows Brusov girls with sight. Lucky Confucius!

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  1. lilit
    April 21, 2011 at 11:08

    apres Rafs de du lavnes eli ho zorov chi, du mer xmbi taxandn es eliiiiiiiiiiiii………………D

  2. ANAHIT
    April 22, 2011 at 18:04

    RAF ED QO ASAC LUCKY Confucius GNACEL ER QAXAQ@ TESNELU DRA HAMAR ER ANHETACEL.

  3. April 22, 2011 at 18:09

    🙂 Anahit jan, lav varkac a… bayc irakanum yes imaca vor Confuciusin parzapes tarel ein dahlich u mijocarumic erku or anc nor ijecrel drel ir texum… de haskanum eq, canr er, miangamic chein kara ijacnein…

  4. ANAHIT
    April 22, 2011 at 18:18

    PARZA PARZA PASTOREN CONFUCIOUSIN GRKAC EN MAN TALIS.VAT CHI.

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