“With or without money, go home for Spring Festival” seems to be the prevailing sentim
ent that drives millions of Chinese to head home ahead of the most important holiday for family reunions.
Meanwhile, some others, mostly from China’s booming services sector, choose to stick to their po
sts during the week-long holidays to serve other people, a scenario that offers a glimpse of China’s hardwo
rking grass-roots workers, who have been a major driving force of the country’s economic growth.
Dou Liguo is a delivery man who has been living in Beijing for over 20 years. The
43-year-old man told the Global Times Friday night that he will not return to his hom
etown – Siping in Northeast China’s Jilin Province – this year and will spend this traditional festival without his parents.
“Some of my co-workers are back home, but I chose to
work through the holidays because someone needs to keep our delivery service functioning,” he said.
Among migrant workers who are not going hom
e for family reunions, many of them work in the services sector as delivery persons, cleaners and salesmen.
Mr. Kumar was the first avowed atheist I ever met. Idiscovered this not in the classroom but at the zoo. He was aregular visitor who read the labels and descriptive
notices intheir entirety and approved of every animal he saw. Each tohim was a triumph of logic and mechanics, and
nature as awhole was an exceptionally fine illustration of science. To hisears, when an animal felt the urge to mate, it
said “GregorMendel”, recalling the father of genetics, and when it was timeto show its mettle, “Charles Darwin”, the father of
naturalselection, and what we took to be bleating, grunting, hissing,snorting, roaring, growling, howling, chirping and screechingwere but the thick accents of
foreigners. When Mr. Kumarvisited the zoo, it was to take the pulse of the universe, andhis stethoscopic mind always confirmed to him that
everythingwas in order, that everything was order. He left the zoo
feelingscientifically, refreshed. The first time I saw his triangular formteetering and tottering about the zoo, I was shy to
approachhim. As much as I liked him as a teacher, he was a figure ofauthority, and I, a subject. I was a little afraid of him.
Iobserved him at a distance. He had just come to therhinoceros pit. The two Indian rhinos were great attractions atthe zoo because of the goats. Rhinos are social
animals, andwhen we got Peak, a young wild male, he was showing signsof suffering from isolation and he was eating
less and less. Asa stopgap measure, while he searched for a female, Fatherthought of seeing if Peak couldn’t be accustomed
to living withgoats. If it worked, it would save a valuable animal. If it didn’t,it would only cost a few goats. It worked
marvellously. Peakand the herd of goats became inseparable, even when Summitarrived. Now, when the rhinos bathed, the goats stood aroundthe muddy
pool, and when the goats ate in their corner, Peakand Summit stood next to them like guards. The livingarrangement was very popular with the public.
“Snow,” the moon called down again, cackling. The white wolf padded along the man trail beneath the icy cliff. The taste
of blood was on his tongue, and his ears rang to the song of the hundred cousins. Once they had been six, five whimpering
blind in the snow beside their dead mother, sucking cool milk from her hard dead nipples whilst he crawled off alone.
Four remained …
and one the white
wolf could no
Mao is not easy from the “Son of Tomorrow” this program has been very popular,
with “People like me” popularity has increased greatly! From each of his songs, people can deeply feel his sincerity in music creation. When listening to his songs,
people always have a special sense of artistic conception. This powerful singer, talent is not only a great close-up of him, but also his shy character is a very important factor for people to remember him!
Now there is a place in the entertainment circle, and it is often invited to participate in some variety shows! In the latest variety show “Dear Inn”, Mao did not come to
the inn as a part-time worker easily. It has to be said that Mao’s difficult way of appearing this time is really a little special. It’s a sharp contrast with Prince Wen. He
came to the Inn alone, looking for a half day without seeing anyone. It’s a bit sad!
When I first arrived at the inn, Mao’s shy character was really about to laugh, walking back and forth in the kitchen and living room, looking very nervous. But as
we get along with each other slowly, make sheets together, play Rubik’s Cube together and so on, people in the inn are beginning to laugh and talk!
When we sat together for dinner and chatted about Mao’s difficulty, Liu Tao said that he had heard that Mao was not easy to be a champion, and Mao was not easy to
answer: Yes, what’s not proud of? What a hegemonic response! Is this drunk? Let’s all find such a straightforward “treasure boy” who is really like two people before and
after entering the inn. It seems that he and his good friends are always at odds in private. Although very proud, but can not help crazy praise!
Following Mao’s hot search, a collection of interviews with the media was published. From the beginning of the collection, it was a very serious video of apology.
Let how many media bear his words less, “OK”, “OK”, “almost” these words have almost become our Mao’s pronouns. This time Mao also bluntly shouted to the
media: next year I hope you don’t
give up people like me,
let’s continue to cooperate happily!
Is this Mao not easy to be addicted to?
On the evening of December 15, at the junction of Xinting
East Road and Tianyin Avenue in Jiangning, Nanjing, Mr. Li, a citizen, met with a very frightening event. After drinking that evening, he used a travel software to call Master Liu, who was sitting in the back seat of a fast-moving car,
and suddenly found out in horror that the car was “driverless” – the driver was in abnormal condition without any reaction. The owner, Mr. Li, was so frightened that he braked from behind and stopped the car in time. After getting off the bus,
Mr. Li was shocked to find that the driver was sitting in the driver’s seat and died strangely.
Audi was driving and the driver snored
“We had a party with some friends that night, and after a little wine at the dinner, I found a driver to take the place of me.” Mr. Li recalled that on the evening of December 15, he and his friends had dinner at a restaurant on Nanjing
Software Avenue, which ended at more than 9 p.m. “I have an appointment with APP for a surrogate driver. Master Liu, the substitute driver, came quickly.
He was of medium stature and neat clothes. He looked quite capable and strong.
Master Liu drove Mr. Li’s Audi Q5 and first sent a friend of his colleagues to Chungguangli District on Daming Road. Subsequently, Master Liu drove up the elevated road to Jiangning.
“I live in Fangshan. I turned right from Xinting East Road to Tianyin Avenue. The accident happened at the intersection here.” Mr. Li said that after sending his
friend to the community, he had been calling to arrange business. When the car arrived at the intersection and the phone was finished, he looked out of the
window and found that Master Liu did not turn according to the navigation instructions, but went straight along Xinting East Road.
“I hurried to call the master to turn, but he did not respond.” Mr. Li said that he was sitting in the right position of the back row and clapped the driver’s right
shoulder with his left hand. The other side still did not respond. Mr. Li screamed a few more times and snored on behalf of the driver. This frightened Mr.
Li very much. He quickly shouted, “Wake up, wake up”. At this time, Mr. Li thought it might be more exhausting to take business on behalf of the driver and fell asleep. Fortunately, Mr. Li didn’t drink much that night, so he braked the car from the back.
“The driver’s foot was still on the accelerator, when the speed of the vehicle was between 30 and 40 kilometers per hour, I forced the gear to be pushed to the P
gear (parking gear) and started pulling the electronic hand brake again.” Mr. Li said that the first time he pulled the electronic hand brake, it bounced back,
the vehicle continued to move forward, he pulled hard again, this time he finally pulled up, and the vehicle stopped in the middle of the road.
120 arrived, the inspection found that the surrogate driver had died of exhaustion…
At that time, there were fewer pedestrians and vehicles on the accident section, and there was no accident at all. When the car stopped, Mr. Li shook and drove
instead. His opponent’s hands fell down. Not only did he stop snoring, but the whole person did not respond. Mr. Li suddenly lost sight.
“I quickly got out of the back row and opened the door of the cab. I found that the driver was sitting in the driver’s seat without breath.” Mr. Li told Ziniu that he clearly remembered every detail at that time. Because in the emergency braking,
Mr. Li’s mobile phone slid into the car in a panic and could not be found for a moment. He borrowed 110 and 120 phone calls from a passing woman.
“Maybe the lady was scared too. After I called the police, she left the scene with her mobile phone.” Mr. Li said he was worried that the police and emergency
personnel could not contact him and could not find a place, which would delay the treatment of the driver. Fortunately, I found the mobile phone to act as the driver,
called the police again, and then dialed my own mobile phone. After finding his mobile phone, Mr. Li called the police again.
Soon the police arrived at the scene and found that the surrogate driver was no longer available. Subsequently, 120 emergency doctors came to check and found that
the driver had died on the spot and did not need to be sent to the hospital for first aid.
Civilian police guarded around the vehicles and notified the criminal police. Shortly afterwards, the body of the driver was taken away by the vehicle, and Mr. Li was taken to the local police station
for a record. Meanwhile, Mr.
Li called the friend who
lived in the spring of
Daming Road to testify.