Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying

April 28, 2018
Editor: Wushanshan
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying (2nd R) dances on a square in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying (2nd R) dances on a square in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying (2nd R) dances on a square in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying shows chillies dried in her factory in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying shows chillies dried in her factory in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying shows chillies dried in her factory in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Rural Entrepreneur Zou Daying
Zou Daying shows the newly-made chilli sauce at the producing workshop of her factory in Shangfu Town of Fengxin County, east China's Jiangxi Province, April 25, 2018. Born in a remote village in Jiangxi Province in 1953, Zou Daying once worked in a community before retirement in 2013. During the time, she always shared her self-made chilli sauce with neighbors, which gradually became popular among them. In 2013, 60-year-old Zou started up her business to produce condiments including chilli sauce following her retirement from the community. Due to its unique taste and high quality, her product gains recognition among more and more consumers. Over one million bottles of condiments were sold in 2017. Zou employed impoverished villagers in priority in her company and also set up a chilli growing cooperative to help them get ride of poverty. [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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