A Chinese woman's 64-year-old headache has ended after doctors removed a bullet that relatives said lodged in her skull when Japanese soldiers shot her during World War Two, state media reported on Monday.
Jin Guangying, now 77, lost consciousness after a Japanese patrol in Jiangsu province fired on her in 1943 as she went to meet her grandfather, a guerrilla fighter, the Beijing News said.
"When she came to, her head was wrapped in a bandage and she never realized there was a bullet lodged deep in her head," the paper said.
Later, she would regularly have headaches, foam at the mouth and "talk nonsense... like she had gone mad", the paper said.
Jin's relatives planned to seek redress for her more than 60 years of suffering.
"As her children, we will soon go to Nanjing to consult with relevant experts as to how to seek compensation from the Japanese government, and will definitely be seeking a public apology," the paper quoted Wang as saying.Shouldn't they be planning to sue the wonderful Chinese Socialist medical system which left it undiagnosed all those years?