You have to learn some Chinese. At least, try following a tutorial until you get stuck, and then post here to tell us which tutorial you were following and where you got stuck.
If you just want to run a CGI script, you don't need a web server for that. You can use
w3m for that:
w3m -o cgi_bin=/path/to/cgi-bin file:/cgi-bin/script.cgi
Details about that syntax are here.
One option with Apache is to use the ScriptAlias directive.
However, first you may wish to publish a "basic "test.html" file in the web server root directory, and make sure you access that. Then move on to trying a CGI script.
Of course, check the web server logs if something goes wrong. Reviewing the logs for a "not found" result may reveal exactly which directory the web server is checking in instead of one you thought, which could lead the configuration fix that you need.