The speaker, Li Chengling, was one of the few Taiwanese to join the International Volunteer Corps in Ukraine to defend against a Russian invasion of the country. After his deeds spread through Taiwan's military fan website and Facebook military community, some people shouted to him, asking him to come back to "train our national army"; but others criticized him, saying that it is difficult to communicate in a battlefield where language is difficult to communicate. Really helpful, but it will bring a burden to relatives and friends. In this regard, Li Chengling did not mind.
He said that many people are now worried old picture restoration about his safety, but when they were in Taiwan, they rarely cared about his life. "It seems to these people that when I go to the battlefield, I become another person." He told the BBC that he wanted to join the war, which attracted global attention, not to represent Taiwanese people and to achieve aspirations such as glorifying democracy or freedom, but to leave a memory in his life. Regarding the safety of life, he believes that as a soldier, these have long been considered. _125286343__04i6846-1_jpg Photo Credit: DANIEL CENG / BBC
News Since joining the war in April, many of his comrades-in-arms have left, and some have died under the cannonballs, but Li Chengling is still insisting. From takeaway riders to international volunteers Contrary to people's image of a soldier as a tall and strong soldier, Li Chengling has a medium stature, wears a pair of glasses, has a restrained personality, doesn't talk much, and likes to be alone. He doesn't like to communicate, and he keeps everything he wants to say on social media. About 10 years ago, he joined the famous French Foreign Legion (Légion Étrangère) and met volunteers from all over the world.