Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

June 16, 2017
By Zhang ZhengEditor: Joyce Dong
Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli and her fellow students [thecover.cn]

 

Unconventional graduation photos of a 22-year-old uni-grad who is seven months pregnant recently went viral online, with some netizens calling her "a true life winner."

Pan Hongli from southwest China's Sichuan Province is a former student at Sichuan Southwest Vocational College of Civil Aviation.

Last year, when she was still a junior, she was interviewed by China Southern Airlines together with 30 other students from her college and she was offered a job as a stewardess.

Shortly after, she married her boyfriend, establishing a small family.

Pan said she had long discussed with her dormitory mates about taking the photos to mark the conclusion of their campus life.

"Returning to my alma mater after working away at the airline company gave me a very special feeling," she said.

To welcome the coming of the newborn, her fellow students prepared mother and baby supplies as presents, adding warmth to the pictures.

Pan hopes she can go back to her post after she gives birth and continue to serve passengers.

 

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli and her fellow students [thecover.cn]

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli and her fellow students [thecover.cn]

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli and her fellow students [thecover.cn]

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli [thecover.cn]

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli and her fellow students [thecover.cn]

Graduation Pics of Stewardess Mom-to-be Go Viral

Pan Hongli [thecover.cn]

 

(Source: West China Metropolis Daily/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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