Air Force Officer Conveys CPC Congress Spirit to Soldiers

December 18, 2017
Editor: Jane Wang
Air Force Officer Conveys 19th CPC Congress Spirit to Soldiers

Mihelunsha Abudu, a delegate to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) from northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, shows the greetings from her fellow villagers to President Xi Jinping. []


Mihelunsha Abudu, an air force officer from northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, recently publicized the spirit of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) among soldiers who guard a radar station on a mountain of its neighboring region of Tibet.

Despite altitude sickness, Mihelunsha talked enthusiastically about the country's policies, sharing what she learned at the CPC congress in particular. All the soldiers listened to her speech and asked questions around the national economy, people's livelihoods and national defense. In turn, Mihelunsha patiently answered them one by one.

After learning that several soldiers were on duty on the high mountain, Mihelunsha asked to convey the congress spirit to them regardless of the bad weather and her acute altitude stress. "I must climb up the mountain to spread the voice of the Party to every comrade-in-arms who serves at their post."

When she found the hands of a soldier named Chen Fusong were swollen and chapped, Mihelunsha could not hold back her tears and said, "Comrades, you are really doing tough jobs. You are the most respectable people."

Soldiers told Mihelunsha that those who work in such inhospitable regions for a long time have suffered from diseases including alopecia and cardiac hypertrophy. In recent years, with the development of technological innovation and the country's great support, the condition has been gradually improving.

"With the Party and army's good policy, we believe that our living conditions will improve after the CPC congress," said a soldier named Liu Xi.

Under the leadership of Mihelunsha, soldiers raised their right hands and made vows to the Party, with the national flag fluttering in the air.

Mihelunsha's passion affected every soldier who all showed a keen interest in discussing the development of the army, as noted in the report delivered at the CPC congress.


(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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