Earth to Earth, Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust,

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Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust, there's no banquet without an end. Long live the spirit of Mr. Jackson Lee.

Lieutenant Jackson Lee reported killed in action 3rd September, 2024, he was the commander of Company E, 1st HKSAR of PRC Army. He entered the service at 24th April, 2016.Jackson was killed in the battle also known as the World War III (a major war centered in Asia).

Jackson was thirty-two years old and was born in Hong Kong. He graduated from National Defense University of PLA China and at the time he joined the army of HKSAR. Jackson awarded the Distinguished Service Cross at the year 2021 for his extreme gallantry and risk of life in actual combat with an armed enemy force. He leaded his man defense at the coastal area of Hong Kong, his company E fights against with the United States armed forces & Japan Self Defense Forces (JSP) in these years. Jackson is the one of the most famous commander in that district; his company destroyed at least 10 US aircrafts, 20 US main tanks and 30 JSP battleships in the battle. Under his shield, most of the Hong Kong citizens survive in the WWIII and the enemies cannot enter in-land from south to north. The war came to the end when New York and Washington DC are under control by Chinese Army. The negotiation for peace is still in process. But seems the day of peace is coming finally. And, we will always remember our hero, Jackson.

Besides, Jackson was not only famous in his military life, before he joined the army, he was given an opportunity to inherit his father’s engineering company, but Jackson didn’t choose to inherit the company. He sold all his shares and then donate all the money (up to 45 million $HKD) to the local charitable organization. Until now, there are more than 3000 local students and homeless people benefit from his donation. The reason of joining the army rather than not being a wealthy man is Jackson believed that being rich is only benefit for something personal. But...
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