Let’s talk about young people who study law. Every time they legal aid and defend their rights, they are quietly promoting the construction of the rule of law in China. As a law school, the Faculty of Law has a distinctive phenomenon: when entering and leaving the school gate, you will always encounter some farmers and workers. They looked miserable, holding a piece of white paper in their hands, trembling, and when you passed by, they would always stop you cautiously, and asked softly, “Child, can you help us?” They encountered many times. Now, I have a general understanding of these middle-aged people. Most of them work in Beijing and have worked hard for a year. As a result, the leader ran away when it was time to check out, or the factory was so stubborn that they would not give money. They don’t know the law, and they don’t have the money to hire a lawyer. What they encounter is of great significance to them, so they rush to the door of the law to ask for help. According to observations, in addition to really urgent matters, most of the students will stop and answer, patiently listening to the injustice they have suffered, and straightforwardly point out several directions for them to defend their rights. But the students’ legal background is relatively immature and they have no practical experience. Generally, at this time, they will tell them that they can find our school’s legal aid center. The school’s legal aid center is a community organization that is organized and participated by students themselves, and provides free help to those in need through the use of legal knowledge they have learned. My classmates in the legal aid club told me that they often use their lunch breaks to go to school on duty, carefully record the information of the help-seekers, bring back the division of labor and write the indictment to the help-seekers, and provide help within their power. A few years ago, according to media reports, 26 employees of a musical instrument factory in Beijing Changping applied for labor arbitration to the Labor and Personnel Dispute Arbitration Committee of Changping District, Beijing, and required the musical instrument factory to pay the pension insurance for everyone. However, the application was not accepted because all 26 persons had exceeded the statutory retirement age. They decided to sue the court, but they don’t know how to write the indictment. So the first scene appeared. They came to the school gate and found classmates from the Legal Aid Department to ask them for help. With only 15 days left and the case was complicated, the students in the school’s legal aid department sacrificed the “May Day Holiday” time, stayed up late and worked overtime, communicated patiently with each employee, and helped these 26 employees draft the indictment, and finally let them Each person successfully received a one-off compensation of 80,000-100,000. My undergraduate major is economics, and it was this incident that touched me and made me choose law at the graduate level. We always say that “the law is a weapon for the weak”, but the premise is that there is a person who wields a weapon, and this person is willing to “bow down and be a ruin.” Perhaps once a person enters the society, he will become much smarter and more utilitarian, and he is unwilling to spend time and effort to do foolish things that are not rewarded. But these young people of similar ages that I have seen still have the light of idealism in them, and they want to do their best to make some contributions to society. In fact, they are not alone. Legal aid societies are established in many colleges and universities across the country, and many law scholars will come forward when they encounter unfair social phenomena. For example, in 2019, a junior student of East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai was dissatisfied with the inspection behavior of Shanghai Disneyland Shiyuan staff and took him to court. I have also been to Shanghai Disneyland, and my backpack was “turned over and over” by the staff and felt very angry. And the reason why Shanghai Disney did this is to force you to buy high-priced food in the park in disguise. The so-called “keep clean” is just a high-sounding statement. For another example, in 2018, a law student of Soochow University sued CNKI: “You download a 7-yuan document on CNKI, but you need to recharge 50 yuan. After downloading, the remaining money will not be refunded. Isn’t this the overlord clause?” He has set a good example of protecting personal rights and interests for Guangda University students. As a contemporary young man, I increasingly find that when my classmates do things, they always mention a key word “meaning”. There is a large group of them full of creativity, family and national sentiments and dedication. They do not want to wait and die, but are more aware of their rights. They are willing and daring to challenge injustices within their own capacity. In fact, it’s not just a student of law science. A classmate I know who is doing environmental engineering talked to her about her original intention when choosing a major. She said that she wanted to make China’s environment better. With the support of this original intention, Therefore, I can endure the high-intensity and boring life in the laboratory. The idealistic color on them is like a little firefighter, quietly converging into a ball of light, bringing some more benevolent changes to this society. There is a line in the movie “Wuwenxidong”: “Love what you love and do what you do. Listen to your heart, without asking the west.” I believe that more and more young people are embracing this attitude to life. While integrating into society, it will make society more beautiful and worthwhile.