Renxiao Xin—The Monitor of the Quality Inspectors of the Generation after 90s

Renxiao Xin, born in 1991 in Heilongjiang province, is the youngest monitor of the quality inspectors in the Milk Products Plant of Yili in Tianjin. In this youngest, most fresh, and least patience age in the job market, Renxiao Xin, is engaged in the most boring and tedious work requiring most patience. She is a hard-working person who restrains her willfulness and random to make her great contribution and do her best to this most ordinary job in the eyes of other people.


7:30 a.m. every day, Renxiao Xin changes into labor suit, which not only mean the beginning of her job that day, it also means the change of her identity. That moment, she is not an ignorant child of the generation after 90s anymore, but a meticulous inspector. In order to avoid the inspection result caused by the dropped hair, she will tuck each hair habitually into the hat.

Raw milk testing work is the busiest in the morning. Renxiao Xin is testing the protein and other physicochemical indexes. She said the two-dimension code on the cup is the unique ID card of this raw milk, once something happens, it can find the problem source effectively.

Every time when testing semi-finished products, Renxiao Xin will automatically enter the “rapid response” model. She needs accurately detect every index and provide qualified sheet as the colleagues outside only take this document to arrange for the production process.

Beside the real practice, training is also an important way to boost their business skills. As a monitor, Renxiao Xin not only needs to understand the training content, but also needs to share the training lessons with her workmates. In photo, she is getting together with colleagues together to review the business training courses.

20 minutes before getting off work, Renxiao Xin begins to grope for the newly-come rapid microorganism testing instruments in laboratory, which is imported equipment with the price of more than 2 million and can shorten the Microbiological testing cycle from 5 days to 2 days. Although it is the English operating system, through the tutorial and self-study, she was fluent in the operation process.

Kui Ming Stone Forest

Kui Ming Stone Forest

Kui Ming Stone Forest

Kui Ming Stone Forest, also called Yunnan Stone Forest, is famous for its forest-like stones. It features a vast of scenic spot scope and various attractions including stone forest scenic zone, pine rock scenic zone, dragon waterfall scenic area, long lake scenic area, moon lake scenic area, Zhiyun cave scenic spot, strange wind tunnel scenic spot, Keisuke mountain national forest park etc.

Kui Ming Stone Forest

Kui Ming Stone Forest

The stone forest is a veritable “forest” of rock, when walking through it, you will see a plenty of strange stones standing in the forest with diffrent styles, guestures and apprearances. Stone pillars are separated from each other because of the action of limestone and it has formed the famous stone forest today as the collection of strange stone, waterfalls, lakes, karst cave, peak cluster, and hills after many years of wind and rain erosion, countless stone mountains, stalagnates, stalagmites, and clint. Yunnan stone forest karst is among the highest in the world karst region not only for its diversity of the distribution types, the uniqueness of lava development, the complexity of geological evolution and the aesthetics of rock mechanism, but also the fusion of humanistic amorous feelings, and accessibility of the inside view and so on, especially some areas of the stone forest are geological landform evolved into by overlapping coverage of the limestone and basalt, which is rarely seen all over the world.

Kui Ming Stone Forest

Kui Ming Stone Forest

The stone forest of yunnan is intoxicating with its unique ethnic customs. Covering an area of nearly 1100 square kilometers, among which reserve area of 350 square kilometers, it attracts numerous attention by its high aesthetic value. The charming natural scenery and unique human landscape photograph reflect each other to constitutethis magical scenery line of the stone forest, which makes this mysterious land of a domestic and foreign tourists yearning place. So, do not hesitate to pay a visit to enjoy the charming scenery there!

My Mother Is My Feet

Deng Yan, a 15-year-old girl living in Xiatangzhang village, Xiangshui town, Pan County of Guizhou province, has suffered congenital dwarfism when she was three years old and now is less than 70 cm tall. Her mother, Ao Xue Gui has been carrying her to school on foot with 4 km mountain road for nine years like one day. She has told the world with her own actions that she is a qualified good mother.


From Deng Yan’s home to school is all the rugged mountain road and it takes nearly 1 hour walking there for a normal people, which makes it almost impossible for Deng Yan to do that. Picture shows that the mother is preparing for the daughter going to school.


Deng Yan said: “My mother starts carrying me to school on her shoulder when I’m on grade one in my 6 years old, no matter it’s windy or rainy or hot weather, I have never be late, nor delay for a day’s work, because my mother is my feet. Picture shows that her parents help Deng Yan wear shoes and clothes before going to school every time meticulously.


“Though my daughter is disabled, she is smart and studious, especially likes painting and singing, I want to use your shoulders to pave a road to school for my daughter, and I will not let daughter out of school.” Said Ao Xue Gui. Picture shows that Deng Yan insist on not let mom take her upstairs after reaching school, waving hands to let mother back home.


After school, Deng Yan feels very warm and safe when lying on her mother’s shoulder on their way home.


AoXueGui is carrying Deng Yan in this way and walk for an hour mountain road home from school every day.


Deng Yan can deal with basic independent living herself, but some things have to ask her mother for help sometimes. She said she has a great dream, which is to help her mother to live a good and happy life, not laborious and fatica anymore. This desire has always supported her until now, and she hopes one day she can repay mother well.

An 81-year-old man—A Grave Keeper for 34 Unknown Soldiers for 65 Years

An old man, 34 soldiers tombs. Huzhaolun, a farmer of 81 years old in Chenji Village Huaiyuan County in Anhui Province, makes obligations to protect the most sacred soldiers in his heart at the tomb of the unknown. More than half a century, he goes to the tomb to turn a few laps everyday and clean the dead twigs and withered leaves. In the Spring Festival and the tomb-sweeping day, he is always holding a memorial ceremony for tomb, never stop. He said, during the course of his life he will always be here after the Martyrs cemetery is completed. 

Though the tombs have changed a lot during several decades, the old man’s memory has never disappeared.

As the revolutionary education base of the Chenji Village, Some primary and secondary schools, organizations often organize party members and cadres and students to visit and grave, and every time Hu Zhaolun are voluntarily come forward to tell them the heroic deeds of the martyrs.

Over the years, the biggest wish of this old man Hu Zhaolun is to hope that the government builds a cemetery for the martyrs. Today, his desire is gradually realized.

The local government has set up the table for the unknown soldiers and built fences and gradually moved those other 50 scattering soldiers’ tombs to Hu Zhaolun’s village to set it into a cemetery of revolutionary martyrs for future generations to admire. Photo shows that Hu Zhaolun and his wife are resting in their yard.

Beautiful Female Pilots in Lushan Earthquake

Zhangbo and Wangxin are the eighth group of female pilots of the air force and they have became the first female helicopter pilots of the Chengdu air force after training. They have repeatedly participated in major military operations and disaster relief missions, including participating in National Day military parade in 2009. During this Lushan earthquake relief work, they both shoulder this heavy task and went into the disaster area. Zhangbo is the first female helicopter pilot who went .into the disaster area for relief.

On April 26, Zhangbo and flight crews are researching the air line to go forth the earthquake-affected areas.


Zhangbo and Wangxin are checking the plane before perform the task.

Zhangbo and Wangxin and flight crews are preparing for the departure.


Until the 5 P.M. of the 26th of April, Zhangbo and Wangxin have completed 15 flight missions and 15.7 tons supplies transportation to the earthquake-affected areas.


Wangxin got ready for the flight.


Zhangbo got ready for boarding.

They have made great contribution for the rescue and relief missions and were awarded the “national earthquake relief heroes collective” during the Wenchuan earthquake relief work in 2008.

Xie Guanghua”: A “Sentinel” of Beijing-Guangzhou Route

Beijing-Guangzhou Route, the railway artery in China, witnesses hundreds of trains passing through by every day. Beijing-Guangzhou route from K2173 + 500 m to K2184+ 00 m is the jurisdictional limits of the Police service area in FeiLaiXia. During this 10.5 railway distance, there are nearly one third of the lines are bridge, tunnel and culvert, which makes the topography complicated and public security management difficult. Xie Guanghua was allocated to this jurisdiction to be the station police along this railway in 2005 and has been stationed for 7 years.

In order to be safe he spend money to raise a Chinese rural dog called Mong Tsai.

Living in the 9th floor without elevator, her old mother cannot provide and take care for herself, and his wife is also a railway worker, busy with travel always. Loyalty and filial piety cannot be satisfactory to both sides, which makes he feel hurt in his heat deeply. As long as he is off-duty at home, he always accompanies old mother to give her comfort and relief.

Daily patrol mission of 10 km is not an easy sport. Daily climbing car inspection for several times, for his more than 50 years age is also not a simple.

He purchased cement and brick to close off the important place and part where the villagers go in and out frequently to ensure safety.


In his unremitting efforts, the police district realized zero record of incidence of criminal offenses for five categories for five straight years.

He takes the initiative to contact and communicate with the local Public Security Committee and comprehensive department; meanwhile, he also visits all villages house-to-house for a long time.


Work in the police district cannot go on smoothly without auxiliary police gracious assistance. Xie Guanghua as a heartwarming auxiliary police always visits, talks, and chats with them to form a united team.

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery, located about five kilometers north of Sera in Lhasa Uzbek mountain foothill, is one of the six main gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism temples. It is also one of the three main temples in Lhasa together with Drepung Monastery and Ganden Monastery with the shortest history among the three tempes. It has been listed as is a national key cultural relics protection units.

There are a large number of the rare and precious cultural relics and handicrafts inside the Sera Monastery,including Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha, multiplier, frock, yee silks, treasure, and so on that were taken back by the monk Shijiyixi from Beijing to Tibet. Among all of them, the colored silk figure which is 109 cm long and 6 cm wide, is still bright-cloured though it is features a history of 500 years.

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery preserved tens of thousands of gold Buddha, which are mostly local production in Tibet. Besides, there are many copper Buddha from China mainland or India. Traveling here, you will also see a large number of the original color mural preserved in the palace and every Zagreb warehouse oratory, and the most famous statue is Matou Ming king statue in the hall.

There is a debate activity you can take part in during your tour there. It is about the discussion of the knowledge of Buddhism which can be a learning way to the Lamas there. Sera Monastery building, dense but not crowded, miscellaneous but not disorderly, it adjusts measures to local conditions whose subject is outstanding and embodies the gelug sect Abbey’s unique style, is a religion city completely.

Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery

Travel information: 1) Ticket price: 55 RMB/adult; 2) Opening time: 9:00 a.m.~16:00 p.m. 3) Ways to go there: take the No.16, 24, 25 city public buses to the Sera Monastery stop; 4) Playing time suggestion: 4 hours; 5) Bes time to visit: March to September. 6) Bring a flashlight when visiting the old wall paintings kept inside the main temple halls of the Sera Monastery. 7) There is a debate holding in 15:00 p.m. every day, do not miss it!

Chenmao—Tired Angel in Lushan Earthquake Area

Chenmao, 25 years old, is a Yaan local resident and also a nurse of people’s hospital of brain surgery in Yaan city. On April 20th morning, Chen Mao got ready to go home after work when the earthquake suddenly happened. After Chen Mao trotted out of the locker room and took the patient to the safety, she went in a hurry to Ya’an People’s Hospital of makeshift tents to take care of the patients. She has been here working continuously for more than 60 hours and didn’t eat and sleep normally for three days and three nights when the reporters saw her.

The head nurse said that Chen Mao should go home and rest after the night shift, but she continued going into the work without complaints when the earthquake happened. Through the chat with Chen Mao, the reporter understands, Chen Mao has not been home eight hours before earthquake, and she has been working for more than 60 hours. The head nurse let her go home and change clothes and rest for half a day before participating in the work again, but just refused and said to the head nurse, “ there will be a lot of injured victims come over, how a person can also be a strength.”

When she is very sleepy, she just sits on a bench power nap for a while and she will wake up while hearing the call for an ambulance to wait for the injured getting into the shed. Chen Mao is in brain surgery, most of the injured to the brain surgery for treatment are much more serious. Chenmao said, up to now there have been picked up at least 10 patients and three more severe patients finish the treatment. Chen Mao chatted with reporters and took care of the injured victims at the same time.

After the reporters left, Chen Mao still moves back and forth in the tents full of patient to take care for them. When feels hungry, she just eat a mouthful of bread and drink hot water when thirsty and sitting on the edge of the bed napping for a while when sleepy—this is Chen Mao one day’s work to do her best and every effort to help the people in the earthquake in Ya’an.

Norbulingka

Norbulingka

Norbulingka

Norbulingka, commonly known as the Summer Palace in Lhasa and means the “baby park” in Tibetan language, is the Summer Palace of the Dalai and Lama in all ages. When summer comes, the Dalai and Lama are shifting from the Potala Palace to the Norbulingka for office. Featuring 374 rooms, the Norbulingka is the largest-scale garden with the best scenery and most historical sites among the artificial gardens in Tibet. It has also been called the People’s Park.

There are three zones in the Norbulingka: The area before the eastern palace includes entrance and the front garden before the three cabinets; the middle area is central part of the palace area; the west area is golden forest featuring natural delight in jungle. Every area can be the deep courtyard with the ancient trees or the open forest with the various blooming flowers according to the functional requirements and combining with the natural environment to constitute a different landscape. Garden layout of the Norbulingka features the characteristics of the Tibetan plateau and absorbs the traditional technique of the mainland Chinese gardens, using buildings, rocks, water and trees group to create a different artistic conception, such as the design of the central palace has the trace of the “One Pool and Three Mountains” of the ancient Chinese gardening art in Han nationality area.

Norbulingka

Norbulingka

There is a Sho Dun Festival there holding from 23rd to 29th August, which is a festival in Tibetan language meaning a holiday eating yoghourt. Do not forget to taste the authentic yogurt there. During that time, you can also walk along the temples nearby in Lhasa and appreciate the Tibetan opera

Travel information: 1) Ticket price: 60 Yuan/adult; 2) Opening time: 9:30 a.m. – 18:00 p.m. 3) Best time to visit: summer time when the climate is warm and wet, the whole city is lush, and you can meet the Sho Dun Festival there.

Barkhor Street

八角街1Barkhor Street, located in the old Lhasa area, is the famous specialization and commercial center in Lhasa which relatively intactly preserves the traditional outlook and way of living of the ancient city. Barkhor Street originally a circumanbulation that is singly around the Jokhang Temple, Tibetan call it “Holy Road”. Now it gradually expands into a vast old blocks around the Jokhang Temple, which is composed of Barkhor East Street, Barkhor West Street, Barkhor North Street and Barkhor South Street. The Barkhor Street is 1.5 kilometers long and 9 inches wide which shows as a circle without street head and end, whose both sides are old Tibet rooms and street center is a few Buddhist statues of a giant incense burner with fireworks filled day and night and giving out the scent of pine oil. Travelers here always cannot find the right direction as there are many turnoffs and 35 lanes there. No one traveling there won’t know the Barkhor Street.

Barkhor Street

Barkhor Street

Barkhor Street has maintained the original style and features of the ancient city of Lhasa. The street was paved by hand grinding stones and nearby keeps those old house buildings. There are many shops in both sides of the street, among which more than 120 handicrafts shops and 200 vending stalls.

With a history of more than 1000 years, the Barkhor Street sets religion, culture, tourism and business as a whole to be one of the most characteristic and charming historical and cultural street in China and even in the world. It has become a historical epitome of the development of Tibet historically.

Barkhor Street is ancient, but also bustling. Although now municipal construction has developed rapidly, and Lhasa witnesses rapid progress in urban area, people still need Potala Palace and Barkhor Street, especially when the sunset comes, tens of thousands of Tibetans flood the Barkhor Street to take part in the night activities there.