'Look up' to the Sky with Fingertips: Visual-Impaired Girl Lights up Her Life in Knowledge in E China's Jiangsu

 May 17, 2021
Photo taken on May 12, 2021 shows Zhou Wenqing at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

NANJING, May 16 [Xinhua] — Zhou Wenqing, a blind student from Nanjing Normal University of Special Education, recently received a tentative offer from Renmin University of China to pursue a master's degree in Applied Psychology.

Zhou Wenqing answers the phone from Renmin University of China at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 12, 2021. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Born in 1998, Zhou Wenqing left her hometown at the age of eight to pursue study opportunities alone. In 2017, she was admitted to Nanjing Normal University of Special Education to study Applied Psychology. Confronting the challenges that ordinary students could not imagine, Zhou still made her four-year college life rich and colorful. She passed through CET-6 exam, won the National Scholarship, the National Inspirational Scholarship and so on. Academically, she has kept being on the top of the list. After class, Zhou Wenqing studied broadcasting and has hosted for several times.

Zhou Wenqing plays games with children at a special education school in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 16, 2019. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Zhou Wenqing practices broadcasting at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 17, 2019. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Zhou Wenqing plays her original melody at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 17, 2019. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Zhou Wenqing (R) takes classes at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 17, 2019. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Zhou Wenqing (R) takes the secondary examination for postgraduates at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, April 3, 2021. [Xinhua]

 

Zhou Wenqing reads materials in a library for blind people at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 12, 2021. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

A student describes the information of pictures to Zhou Wenqing (L) at a library for blind people in Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 12, 2021. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

The undated file photo shows Zhou Wenqing take part in the Person of the Year competition at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. [Xinhua]

 

Knowledge lights up the night sky. Zhou Wenqing uses her knowledge and warm heart to enlighten more hearts. She presided over a provincial key entrepreneurial project, developing a learning APP and a series of courses for disabled people. She also volunteered to be a teaching assistant at the "Voice Dream" program, helping blind students practice Mandarin.

"Along the way, I am grateful to the teachers for their tireless teaching, to my family and friends for walking with me," Zhou said.

Zhou Wenqing (L) helps a blind student practice Mandarin at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 17, 2019. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Photo taken on May 12, 2021 shows Zhou Wenqing at a library of Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

Photo taken on May 12, 2021 shows Zhou Wenqing at Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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