From China Digital Space
含泪劝告 (hán lèi quàn gào): tearfully urge
This phrase comes from an essay written by Yu Qiuyu several months after the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. The title of the essay is “A Tearful Request for the Earthquake Survivors” (含泪劝告请愿灾民). In the essay, Yu urges parents of the approximately 9,000 students who died in poorly constructed buildings to stop their protests against the government. He suggests that the parents were being used by those with "ulterior motives" and by “anti-Chinese forces.” Yu’s essay can be found here in translation and here in Chinese.
Many netizens were angered by Yu’s essay, accusing him of trying to protect the corrupt politicians and contractors that led to the student deaths. Some “tearfully urged Yu Qiuyu to jump in a river” (含泪劝告余秋雨去投江).
There have been many parodies of the phrase “tearfully urge” (see, here).