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Workers stick to post "reunite" with families in pictures

2021-02-16 13:19:50 GMT2021-02-16 21:19:50(Beijing Time) 
Combo photo shows Ju Wenxue in Luojiahe Village in Baota District of Yan'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (C, photo taken by Shao Rui) and his father Ju Enkuan (R) and mother Li Jinhua (L) at the door of their house in Linfen, north China's Shanxi Province, Feb. 12, 2021. Ju Wenxue, 42, serves as the first secretary to Luojiahe Village of of Yan'an City. This year he chose to stay put at his position during the Spring Festival. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Ju Wenxue in Luojiahe Village in Baota District of Yan'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (C, photo taken by Shao Rui) and his father Ju Enkuan (R) and mother Li Jinhua (L) at the door of their house in Linfen, north China's Shanxi Province, Feb. 12, 2021. Ju Wenxue, 42, serves as the first secretary to Luojiahe Village of of Yan'an City. This year he chose to stay put at his position during the Spring Festival. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Si Daoyuan making a hand heart gesture in Tonghua, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (L, photo taken by Xu Chang), and his wife Ni Lujia and their son Si Tongxun making hand heart gestures at home in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (R, photo taken by Yan Linyun). Si Daoyuan, 37, is an internist in the China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University. He arrived in Tonghua in January with a medical support team dispatched from his hospital to fight against COVID-19, and now works in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital. He chose to work in the front line of the COVID-19 epidemic control during this Spring Festival with a strong faith that a reunion with family will not be far away. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Si Daoyuan making a hand heart gesture in Tonghua, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (L, photo taken by Xu Chang), and his wife Ni Lujia and their son Si Tongxun making hand heart gestures at home in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (R, photo taken by Yan Linyun). Si Daoyuan, 37, is an internist in the China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University. He arrived in Tonghua in January with a medical support team dispatched from his hospital to fight against COVID-19, and now works in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital. He chose to work in the front line of the COVID-19 epidemic control during this Spring Festival with a strong faith that a reunion with family will not be far away. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Wu Ming taking a Chinese character Combo photo shows Wu Ming taking a Chinese character "Fu", which means good fortune, while making a hand heart gesture in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 9, 2021 (L, photo taken by Peng Ziyang), and Wu Ming's parents holding a Chinese character "Fu" and making a hand heart gesture to their son in Ulanqab of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Feb. 9, 2021 (R, photo taken by Bei He). Wu Ming, 25, from Ulanqab, is now a ticket inspector in the Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing. This year, he chose to stay in Beijing for the Lunar New Year, which is the first time that he would not be reunited with his family during this special moment. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Nie Huachen having meal at a restaurant in Futian Village in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (L, photo taken by Mao Siqian), and his wife having meal with their children at home in Tongxu County, central China's Henan Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (R, photo taken by Li Jianan). Nie Huachen is a dispatcher of Fuxing office in Shenzhen, SF Express. He came to SF Express eight years ago and became a delivery man. This year he chose to stay put at his position during the Spring Festival, as many customers planned to spend the festival locally in Shenzhen. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Nie Huachen having meal at a restaurant in Futian Village in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (L, photo taken by Mao Siqian), and his wife having meal with their children at home in Tongxu County, central China's Henan Province, Feb. 10, 2021 (R, photo taken by Li Jianan). Nie Huachen is a dispatcher of Fuxing office in Shenzhen, SF Express. He came to SF Express eight years ago and became a delivery man. This year he chose to stay put at his position during the Spring Festival, as many customers planned to spend the festival locally in Shenzhen. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Si Daoyuan in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital in Tonghua, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 8, 2021 (L), and his wife Ni Lujia and their son Si Tongxun at their home in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (R, photo taken by Yan Linyun). Si Daoyuan, 37, is an internist in the China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University. He arrived in Tonghua in January with a medical support team dispatched from his hospital to fight against COVID-19, and now works in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital. He chose to work in the front line of the COVID-19 epidemic control during this Spring Festival with a strong faith that a reunion with family will not be far away. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Si Daoyuan in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital in Tonghua, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 8, 2021 (L), and his wife Ni Lujia and their son Si Tongxun at their home in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, Feb. 9, 2021 (R, photo taken by Yan Linyun). Si Daoyuan, 37, is an internist in the China-Japan Union Hospital of Jilin University. He arrived in Tonghua in January with a medical support team dispatched from his hospital to fight against COVID-19, and now works in the ICU of the Tonghua Central Hospital. He chose to work in the front line of the COVID-19 epidemic control during this Spring Festival with a strong faith that a reunion with family will not be far away. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Shi Jihui making a hand heart gesture on the Kantan No. 3 offshore oil platform in the northern waters of the South China Sea, Feb. 10, 2021 (L), and his son making the same gesture at their home in Shanghai, east China, Feb. 11, 2021. At present, the platform is drilling offshore oil and gas resources in the northern South China Sea. During the Spring Festival this year, Shi Jihui, the manager of the platform, stuck to his post on the platform and was unable to reunite with his wife and child in Shanghai. This is also the eighth time he spent Chinese Lunar New Year on the drilling platform. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Shi Jihui making a hand heart gesture on the Kantan No. 3 offshore oil platform in the northern waters of the South China Sea, Feb. 10, 2021 (L), and his son making the same gesture at their home in Shanghai, east China, Feb. 11, 2021. At present, the platform is drilling offshore oil and gas resources in the northern South China Sea. During the Spring Festival this year, Shi Jihui, the manager of the platform, stuck to his post on the platform and was unable to reunite with his wife and child in Shanghai. This is also the eighth time he spent Chinese Lunar New Year on the drilling platform. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Yang Xiaohui making a hand heart gesture at a local police station in Hongqiao District of Tianjin, north China, Feb. 11, 2021 (L, photo taken by Sun Fanyue), and her grandparents making hand heart gestures at home in Handan, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 11, 2021 (R, photo taken by Wang Hongchao). Yang Xiaohui, 24, is a police officer serving the communities in Tianjin City. This year Yang chose to stay put at her position during the Spring Festival, and it was the first time she didn't return home for this occasion. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Yang Xiaohui making a hand heart gesture at a local police station in Hongqiao District of Tianjin, north China, Feb. 11, 2021 (L, photo taken by Sun Fanyue), and her grandparents making hand heart gestures at home in Handan, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 11, 2021 (R, photo taken by Wang Hongchao). Yang Xiaohui, 24, is a police officer serving the communities in Tianjin City. This year Yang chose to stay put at her position during the Spring Festival, and it was the first time she didn't return home for this occasion. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Chen Lin making a hand heart gesture in the mine in Jinchang of northwest China's Gansu Province on Feb. 11, 2021 (L, photo taken by Du Zheyu), and Chen's mother making a hand heart gesture with Chen's younger son in Langzhong of southwest China's Sichuan Province on Feb. 12, 2021 (R). Chen Lin, 34, works at the third mining zone of the Jinchuan Group in Jinchang. This year, Chen chose not to return hometown during the Spring Festival and stay put with his wife and older son to help curb the pandemic. Though away from home, Chen has received specialties sent by his parents from hometown to help create atmosphere of the festival. They also sent each other New Year's greetings via video link. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Chen Lin making a hand heart gesture in the mine in Jinchang of northwest China's Gansu Province on Feb. 11, 2021 (L, photo taken by Du Zheyu), and Chen's mother making a hand heart gesture with Chen's younger son in Langzhong of southwest China's Sichuan Province on Feb. 12, 2021 (R). Chen Lin, 34, works at the third mining zone of the Jinchuan Group in Jinchang. This year, Chen chose not to return hometown during the Spring Festival and stay put with his wife and older son to help curb the pandemic. Though away from home, Chen has received specialties sent by his parents from hometown to help create atmosphere of the festival. They also sent each other New Year's greetings via video link. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
Combo photo shows Shi Jihui on the Kantan No. 3 offshore oil platform in the northern waters of the South China Sea, Feb. 13, 2021 (L), and his wife and son at their home in Shanghai, east China, Feb. 11, 2021. At present, the platform is drilling offshore oil and gas resources in the northern South China Sea. During the Spring Festival this year, Shi Jihui, the manager of the platform, stuck to his post on the platform and was unable to reunite with his wife and child in Shanghai. This is also the eighth time he spent Chinese Lunar New Year on the drilling platform. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns Combo photo shows Shi Jihui on the Kantan No. 3 offshore oil platform in the northern waters of the South China Sea, Feb. 13, 2021 (L), and his wife and son at their home in Shanghai, east China, Feb. 11, 2021. At present, the platform is drilling offshore oil and gas resources in the northern South China Sea. During the Spring Festival this year, Shi Jihui, the manager of the platform, stuck to his post on the platform and was unable to reunite with his wife and child in Shanghai. This is also the eighth time he spent Chinese Lunar New Year on the drilling platform. As a part of the preventative measures against COVID-19, China has encouraged people to stay locally for the Chinese New Year. Many Chinese chose not to go back to their hometowns for family gatherings, opting instead to stay where they were for the most important holiday of the year. Xinhua reporters helped those who didn't go back to their hometowns "reunite" with their families in pictures. (Xinhua)
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