Villager, 77, Raises China's National Flag for 26 Yrs at Border

June 5, 2017
Editor: Jane Wang

The 77-year-old villager raises the national flag of China in his own courtyard in Wensu County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.[Chinanews.com]

 

A 77-year-old villager from China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region has been raising the national flag of China in the courtyard of his house at Wensu County everyday for 26 years, no matter rain or shine. The old man hoped that his children would follow in his footsteps so that they can continue the tradition of raising the national flag of China. 

 

The 77-year-old villager plays the National Anthem of China in his own courtyard in Wensu County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. [Chinanews.com]

The 77-year-old villager keeps all the flags he has raised from 1991 to 2016 at his own courtyard in Wensu County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. [Chinanews.com]

The 77-year-old villager holds up a family photo taken at the Great Hall of the People after watching the Flag-raising Ceremony in Beijing on October 1, 2012.[Chinanews.com]

 

(Source: Globaltimes.cn)

 

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