A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies

April 13, 2018  Editor: Zhang Cuimei
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Shi Huifen, a top teacher for special education from southwest China's Guizhou Province, brought pencils for her students. "We should make more efforts to provide equal access to special children with limited abilities to enjoy fair education with healthy children," Shi said. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Dong Mingzhu, chairwoman of Gree Electrical Appliances, in Zhuhai, only put some clothes and a special cellphone into her suitcase. "I have received many articles, with my cellphone, from our employees in various branches about the spirit of the ‘Two Sessions' meetings and this year's government work report. We will focus on core technologies and turn new technologies into productivity quickly," said Dong. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Zhen Lanfang, headmistress of Wenping Primary School in Zhaotong city, southwest China's Yunnan Province, took a picture of her visit to one of her students who now studies in Beijing. She also put some food in her suitcase for her students in her hometown. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Zhang Baoyan, director of the Baobeihuijia volunteer association, put only her deputy certificate in her suitcase. Zhang nearly has no holiday all year as she tries to help abducted children waiting to go home. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Qin Yufeng, president of Shandong Donge Ejiao Corporation, put several business cards in his suitcase. Qin has devoted himself to the alleviation of poverty and he delivered a proposal on how to revitalize township enterprises during the "Two Sessions" meetings. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Zhao Mingcui, the only female rural post worker in Ankang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, brought some first-day covers of the "Two Sessions" meetings for her colleagues. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Hao Shiling, a policewoman from Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, took a number of pens for elderly people in her community. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Yang Changqin, an inheritor of traditional bamboo weaving in Chishui county, southwest China's Guizhou Province, took a Beijing roast duck as well as the paper and documents used during "Two Sessions" meetings for her villagers. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Zuo Xiangyun, a villager from Shenshan in the Jinggang Mountains, east China's Jiangxi Province, packed many specialties from Beijing, such as haw jelly and soybean-flour cake in his suitcase to share with neighbors. [CRI Online]
A Look Inside Travel Suitcases of NPC Deputies
Zahi Dorje, head of Yushu Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble in northwest China's Qinghai Province, advocates protection of folk culture and the environment during the sessions. He included a pair of traditional Beijing cloth shoes into his suitcase for his father-in-law, which he thought embodies the culture of old Beijing. [CRI Online]

 

(Source: CRI Online/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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