He had come to visit his daughter and his newborn twin grandchildren. He
greeted everyone so warmly that the nurses gradually put aside their embarrassment. They circled him and asked for permission to take a picture. He accepted. But before that, he pointed to the end of the hall where there was a service force. He said, “Brother! Come and be in our souvenir photo!”
The nurses took one or two more photos. Little did they know that many high ranking foreign officials insisted on seeing General for even five minutes.
They said, “As an exciting part of our lives and in the history of our political activity, we want to see the General up close and take pictures with him.”