Description:00 19 21 00 United States. The 20s. In country house, sort of very rudimentary wooden hut, an old Chinese, Lon Chaney, in traditional dress writes words, letters in Chinese. A child with cap eats a candy. Close-up word in Chinese. Calligraphy. The child tries to read, but understands nothing. He asks the Chinese to translate him the word. Education. Chaney he was said that this word is its Chinese name. He says him that it means that it is the boy who is not afraid of any water of the ocean but that he is afraid of some water of the washbasin. Poetic metaphor. Very big complicity, friendship among the child and the old Chinese, which looks like an old wise person. The child gets ready to eat a biscuit but holds on and proposes it in the Chinese which refuses and thanks the generous child. Sense of the sharing. The child goes away by eating.