(China-400) December 23, 2019 – The youth of today is the future of China! What some of them are doing to contribute to China!

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Personal note: China is doing a lot to improve the lives of all peoples…there are 56 ethnic groups in China, and 55 are ethnic minority groups, forming about 10 percentage of the 1.4 billion people in China. And China is doing everything in their power to make sure all young people are getting the education and training they need to better their lives in mainland China. This page shows a few examples of the young people doing their best to contribute to the well being and progress and future of modern mainland China. We should be proud of their work and dedication to improving their own lives and the lives of all those around them. Peace, steve, usa December 23, 2019  stephenehling@hotmail.com   blog – https://getting2knowyou-china.com

Young people play vanguard role in realizing national rejuvenation
(Xinhua) May 05, 2019

A nation will prosper only when its young people thrive; a country will be full of hope and have a great tomorrow only when its younger generations have ideals, ability, and a strong sense of responsibility. Young people always play a vanguard role in realizing national rejuvenation, which is the mission of the Chinese youth in the new era. In China many young people realize the value of life through hard work. They are writing a brilliant chapter worthy of our times in their efforts to take advantage of their youthful vigor, explore life and contribute to society. (Xinhua/Liu Lei)

Wang Jiayu (L) and Wang Tongxing check the situation on an ultra-high voltage electricity pylon in the suburb of Xilinhot, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 27, 2018. Ten female technicians born in the 1990s from the Operation and Inspection Center of Power Transmission in Xilinhot have been working in the field of ultra-high voltage power lines after graduation.

Lan Caisheng, an illustrator born in the 1990s, views fans with his illustrations as coverings at his own studio in Liping County, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 16, 2019. After graduation in 2015, Lan returned to his hometown in Liping County and started a studio to make illustrations and related products featuring ethnic minority cultures including the Miao and Dong ethnic groups. His illustrations are widely known in Liping and recognized by tourists at home and abroad. Lan wishes, through illustrations he made, ethnic minority cultures in Guizhou could reach more people in the future.

Chen Xuliang, a kindergarten teacher born in the 1990s, covers quilts for children at a kindergarten in Yangzhou, east China’s Jiangsu Province, Sept. 4, 2018. In Chen’s view, male teachers are rare, yet can enormously affect children’s behaviors by different teaching methods and communication styles. Male and female kindergarten teachers are complementary in teaching and thinking.

Xu Mingsheng, a craftsman born in the 1990s, makes a clay sculpture at his studio in Daixi Township of Huzhou City, east China’s Zhejiang Province, Aug. 6, 2018. After graduating from China Academy of Art in 2016, Xu and his wife Zhu Yue returned to Xu’s hometown in Daixi Township to inherit the handicraft of clay sculpture from his father. The couple established local reputation and receive hundreds of orders annually. They also teach children clay sculpture techniques in their studio for free.

Zhang Yi, a bridge and tunnel worker born in the 1990s, is seen at an observation point while a bullet train runs on the railway in Yichang, central China’s Hubei province, Jan. 19, 2017. Zhang checks the mountain rock day and night to ensure safety of the Yichang-Wanzhou railway line during the Spring Festival travel rush.

Liang Ying (R), a farm co-owner born in 1990s, drives a tractor in an organic farm at Xingde Village of Huinan County, northeast China’s Jilin Province, July 6, 2016. After graduation in 2015, Liang gave up her high-paying job in Beijing, returned to hometown in Xingde Village and started an organic farm with her friends, as a way to boost farmers’ income.

Gui Rubin, a railway worker born in 1993, is seen at a rail-change site near the Jinjicun Station in Nanning, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, April 26, 2017. Gui is among eight female workers at a rail change and repair workshop of the Liuzhou section of Nanning Railway Bureau. They are responsible for changing and welding worn-out rails and turnouts along the railway line of thousands of kilometers under the jurisdiction of Nanning Railway Bureau.

Xu Qianqian, a special education teacher born in 1986, interacts with a student at class in a special education school in Shenmu City, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Sept. 20, 2011.

Zhang Jing, a laundress born in the 1990s, works at a laundry in Qidong coalmine in Suzhou City, east China’s Anhui Province, Jan. 26, 2016. Zhang washes and dries over 2,000 sets of clothes every day for coalminers since she got the job in 2013.

A nation will prosper only when its young people thrive; a country will be full of hope and have a great tomorrow only when its younger generations have ideals, ability, and a strong sense of responsibility. Young people always play a vanguard role in realizing national rejuvenation, which is the mission of the Chinese youth in the new era. In China many young people realize the value of life through hard work. They are writing a brilliant chapter worthy of our times in their efforts to take advantage of their youthful vigor, explore life and contribute to society. (Xinhua/Zhang Duan)

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