In my dream, the first image was a flag, a flag with red, green, blue, yellow and white color. It was a national flag waved by crowds of Chinese people. The scene was exciting, but it was not clear whether it was a celebration or a demonstration. The chanting were not clear until later many other images appeared in my dream. This first image seemed to bring my brain gradually to live and I could begin to see signs and writings, eventually with such clarity that I could recall them.
The next image appeared in my dream was a line of writing in Chinese but my brain seemed to try to make a translation of it to English. The image was not steady but I could definitely make out the phrases as they flicker in and out of focus. The line appeared to be: （中華） (愛國)（親民）（民主）(聯合)（共和）國, with some of the words coming into and out of focus, but the last word 國 was clear all the time. My brain seems to tell me this line of words represents a nation's name and I was busy trying to translate it into English in words such as: Chinese, China, Patriotic, Nationalistic, United, Democratic, and Republic. Piecing them together seemed to show:
(1) Patriotic and Democratic People's Republic of China or
(2) People's Democratic Republic of China or
(3) Chinese United Democratic Republic or
(4) United Democratic People's Republic of China
My dream seemed to change from Chinese words to people image. The first figure appeared was not a Chinese but American, Dr. Henry Alfred Kissinger, sitting in a traditional Chinese chair with body leaning towards left and face smiling in a conversational mood with someone sitting at his left with a tea table in between. Then many Chinese figures seemed to rush in my head, Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Ma Ying Jeou, James Soong, Shi Ming-teh, Lien Chan, Wang Jin-Pyng, Yok Mu-ming, ...; there were no speeches nor conversations until the image of Lee Kuan Yew appeared, accompanied by Lee Hsien Loong. Senior Lee seemed to be making a speech and others engaged in but trying as hard as I did, I could not recall their conversations. However, the facial expressions were clear, mostly in a serious mood.
With difficulty of following the conversations among the vivid images, my brain seemed to be tired. People's images seemed to fade and audio sounds became quiet. Then appeared in my head was documents, pages flipping all in Chinese. I was struggling to decipher the writings on the documents and all of a sudden, a clear page emerged. I was excited to capture this page and store it in my memory. This page was the last I could recall before I was awakened not by any alarm clock but naturally as if I was given the chance to record my dream, particularly the last documental page. The following is my recollection of the page with English translation added later.
The Chinese page was written in vertical lines, I captured the main lines and transposed them to horizontal lines to facilitate comparison with the English translation to follow:
目的 - 統一中國，維護自立自強， 民主均富的自由中國
目標 - 聯合全國各黨各派，推行改革，建立民主法治制度，為全民謀福
署名的為一個團體， 有數十人之多， 團體名稱是
Principal By-Laws of Chinese United People's Democratic Communist Party
Goals: Unite China, Maintain Her Sovereignty and Independence and Provide All Chinese People with Opportunities and Freedom to Pursue Good Lives
Objectives: Work with All Parties and Groups to Make Progressive Reform to Establish Democratic and Proper Legal System to Enrich the Welfare of the Chinese People
Detailed nine Chapters not captured.
There are as many as several dozens of signees who contributed to this document under a group title, Honorable Presiding Leaders of the Voluntary By-Law Committee.
If a dream can be stimulated by brain waves received, then there are perhaps many people who are thinking about this Ma-Xi meeting. Although, neither side is making any comment leading to any expectation, but I must say, the Chinese people all over the world are probably thinking otherwise. Therefore, I am documenting the above dream as the result of one school of brain waves generated by the news of the upcoming Ma-Xi meet.