Show your attitude: All the canteens on the four campuses of the Chinese Academy of Sciences University are terrible. No distinction is made, the prices are more expensive than the other, and the sanitation management is not in place without agreement. These are all indisputable facts. In this dry pot incident in the second canteen of Yanqi Lake campus, if the dry pot was eaten with cockroaches and other insects, it is another strong proof of the above facts. But it may not be a bug, it may be the root of a plant used as a spice, which looks like a cockroach after being stained with soy sauce. Although this will not change our bad impression of the cafeteria. Because there are too many records in the canteen, it’s not bad at all. But before you are sure whether it is a cockroach, is it a bit inappropriate to ask in such a certain tone? In the beginning, when I answered, it was only a “suspected dry pot bug” incident. Now I find that the question has been directly changed to “it must be a dry pot cockroach”? If there is tangible evidence, the student who asked the question can report it, but before there is clear evidence, such a question is really inappropriate. Of course, whether it was a bug or not, it caused everyone’s strong discomfort in the first time, and there would be some reason for the shadow of the snake. But I really don’t blame us, I really have a psychological shadow after eating in the cafeteria. Hope the cafeteria really takes the complaints received over the years to make adjustments? Screenshots of Tree Hole Over the years, we can often eat hair strands, steel wire balls, and bugs in the food in the canteen. Everyone will complain on the tree hole and post on various platforms, but in the end, it has not caused the school. With enough attention, last year’s rat tail juice incident finally disappeared. Of course, eating insects is not a patent of the National University of Science and Technology, and other universities also have it: in the canteen of Henan Anyang Normal University, a disgusting scene occurred. According to the video exposed by the students of the school, the tableware in the canteen actually appeared on the tableware. Many maggots are still wriggling. The picture was quite disgusting, and many students said they couldn’t stand it after watching it. A student from the College of Plant Protection of China Agricultural University found a bug in the pineapple rice in the cafeteria. After being accurately identified, it was a silk ant, and analyzed the possible cause of the silk ant in the food, and filed a complaint with the principal’s mailbox accordingly. In these cases In middle school, after the students eat the suspected insects, they take photos and videos from various angles, find out the specific names of the insects through data search and analysis, and then write detailed complaint letters and expose them on major media platforms. The final result is the canteen rectification and the relevant personnel are punished. I haven’t seen any compensation for students. As for whether the sanitation management of the canteen can be improved from now on, it is unclear. From this point of view, I think I will encounter similar problems in the future. If we are not sure whether it is a bug, we can also collect evidence first, ask the seniors from the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Institute of Botany to help identify them, and then determine everything to be bugs. Put it together, write a detailed complaint letter of ten crimes in the cafeteria, and try to see if it works. Are you moved? Don’t waste your time, even if the evidence is complete and popular searches, it won’t be useful in the end. The cafeteria is still unpalatable, prices are still skyrocketing, and there are still bugs. What to do? These are the fried scorpions, fried dragonflies, fried locusts and other snacks I saw a few days ago, 25 bunches. So what can we do? Just serve as a cafeteria and give us a free extra meal: cockroaches in soy sauce dry pot, which seems to be very fragrant.