Huang Yunna at her workshop [Shaanxi Daily]
Textile worker Huang Yunna recently shared her experience with colleagues of attending the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which convened in Beijing in October.
Huang works at Five Rings Shareholding Company, one of the largest textile enterprises in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
She said, "I wrote down what I learned and what I thought during the CPC congress. I went to bed just before midnight and woke up at 4 a.m. I told myself to value each opportunity to give a speech at the meeting and seriously perform my duty. I wanted to show the excellence of being a textile worker to everyone."
"Every time I think of the scene when President Xi Jinping delivered the speech at the CPC congress, I am inspired. I am looking forward to the realization of goals related to people's livelihood in the report."
While publicizing the congress spirit, Huang encouraged her colleagues to make new progress at their posts.
She remarked, "Our enterprise, which has over 60 years of history, has witnessed the development of China's textile industry. At present, its transformation has brought both opportunities and challenges. We should develop our proficient technical skills and always keep in mind that we are Party members to dedicate ourselves to developing the textile industry.
"We should bear in mind the goals set by the congress and take action to achieve them," she added.
After listening to Huang's speech on the congress spirit, her colleagues said that they will "remain true to their original aspiration and keep their mission firmly in their mind," as well as continuing their efforts to promote reform and innovation.
(Source: Shaanxi Daily/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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