Women's Patrol Provides Services to Tourists in E China

July 16, 2018
Editor: Qiao Ziyu
Women's Patrol Provides Services for Tourists in E China
The Women's Patrol Team of Nanhu walks around the scenic spot. [clady.cn]


A women's patrol team who work at Nanhu Scenic Spot near the city of Jiaxing, east China's Zhejiang Province, have dedicated themselves to providing services to visitors everyday from morning to night for many years.

The team under the Nanhu Scenic Spot Detachment consists of five law-enforcement personnel and 10 auxiliary staff. Several are recent graduates, and several are mothers who still need to prepare bread and milk for their babies during their work-time intervals.

The team are well presented in appearance as well as having strong operational abilities such as communication skills and cultural knowledge of the popular, nature-filled lakeside site.

Every day, the Women's Patrol Team split up into two groups. They will remain until 6 p.m. to help tourists, no matter if it is windy or rainy.

Gao Yuan, captain of the Nanhu Scenic Spot Detachment, said: "Because the scenic spot is open to many visitors, we will break through several old management modes and improve the law-enforcement effect through fine management and technology."


Women's Patrol Provides Services for Tourists in E China
A member of the Women's Patrol Team gives directions to a tourist. [clady.cn]


(Source: clady.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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