Twenty-five years ago, I went to school in Chengdu. At that time, I didn’t have a network, no mobile phone, and there were very few direct dialing calls in a family. Letter and telefax were the main communication channels. On June 6, I ran way to Zhengzhou (by train with no ticket). My father was then calmed down one-third – my brother and my sister had schools at Wuhan and Jinan respectively but we recevied no news from them.