I wrote a short story in Chinese, which is a language I'm learning. I want to share it with my friends (here in China, on Chinese.SE, and on Facebook) for people to enjoy (and hopefully inspire me to write more). However, I fear what will happen if I do so: some native Chinese speakers will go through it carefully and send me corrections. What's so bad about this?
At some point, I have to accept it "as is". I can't keep editing it forever. (I'm already half-way through writing another, far more complicated story.) It's meant to be a "snapshot" of my language, so in the future I can see how much I've improved; I'm deliberately not fixing everything.
The corrections may not be at my level, which makes them useless for me (at least, for now). Or even worse, the corrections might completely rewrite the story.
I have a teacher who does not want me spending time on this: we're working on other things. I don't have time to edit it again and again.
Thus, I'd be forced to ignore the corrections, which will appear rude after they may have spent a large amount of time suggesting corrections. I also don't want them to waste their time.
Question: How can I politely explain that I don't want corrections on a Chinese short story I wrote and want to share?