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Book-loving Chinese migrant worker gets new role as reading ambassador📖
Wu Guichun, a migrant worker in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province on Saturday got a new role as the ambassador for the city's workers' reading rooms after his goodbye note left at the city's library went viral on Chinese social media last month.
For 12 years, the 54-year-old had been a regular at the Dongguan Library. When he lost his job due to the pandemic, he penned a touching note on June 24, before planning to move back home.
"Looking back at the past years, the library was the best place. Reluctant as I am to leave, I'm forced by life to do it. I will never forget the library, and I hope it can continue to be a place where knowledge prospers," he wrote. The note soon circulated on social media and touched hearts of tens of millions of social media users.
After his story was picked up by the media, the local government helped Wu land a new job as a cleaner in a residential compound so that he could stay in the city. According to Guangzhou Daily, Wu said that reading had enlightened his life and his 12 years spent at the library was only a start.
Wu on Saturday shared his story at an event held by Guangdong Federation of Trade Unions. The All-China Federation of Trade Unions is going to support Wu's employer to build a workers' reading room and offer them books worth 35,000 yuan (about 4,953 U.S. dollars). Since 2008, over 120,000 workers' reading rooms were built around China, covering over 80 million workers.
Live: Beijing holds 142nd press conference on COVID-19 outbreak
The Information Office of Beijing Municipality holds its 142nd press conference to share prevention and control measures on the #COVID19 outbreak. With the COVID-19 situation in Beijing stabilizing, residents from designated "low risk" areas are allowed to leave the city without showing negative nucleic acid test certificates from July 4. But strict travel restrictions remain for residents from "medium and high-risk" areas. #coronavirus