|President Xi shakes hands with Du Chengcheng in her post in Qinghequ Community, central China's Hubei Province, on April 26.|
A young disabled woman shared her story of interpreting movies for blind people when President Xi inspected Qinghequ Community, central China's Hubei Province, on April 26.
In order to learn about Party construction at the primary level and the community's services for local people, President Xi inspected the social organization incubator studios and community service halls.
Many citizens recognized Du Chengcheng while watching Xi's visit on CCTV.
She is the National March 8th Red-Banner Pacesetter in Wuhan and the disabled assistant in the community of Jiangjiadun, Qingshan District, in Wuhan.
Xi smiled while he shook her hand and talked with her.
Du told Xi the stories of two pictures, both of which were printed near her working position.
|This photo was taken by Hu Jiusi, a reporter at the Yangzi River Daily on August, 2017. Du Chengcheng interprets the film Special Love for the audience of blind people in the movie theater in Qingyiju community. The movie is the inspiring story of a young man named Gu Yu who finally succeeds thanks to diligence and hard work. Du vividly restored the dramatic plots in the movie, moving the audiences deeply. [Women Voice]|
|This photo was taken on March, 2017. Du Chengcheng interprets the movie Hypnotist Master in a webcast, which attracted 6,000 people to watch. Du and her volunteer team tried to interpret movies online and offline after the Jiangjiatun movie theater was pulled down. Sometimes, she was able to gain over 20,000 hits online. [Women Voice]|
(Source: Women Voice/ Translated and edited by Women of China)