Monday, February 25, 2013

Nanchang Service Attendant Helps Missing Children Find Parents:


All-China Women's Federation




Editor: Hou Jianjun

As part of her duties, 29-year-old Li Jun, a service attendant at the Nanchang Railway Station in Nanchang, capital city of southeast China's Jiangxi Province, has helped more than 200 missing children find their parents over the past five years. Netizens have dubbed her 'China's Most Beautiful Service Attendant'.

Working from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day, Li says that she is often so busy helping passengers that she has no time for meals.

At the busy railway station, children often get separated from their parents, but Li stands by to help parents find their missing children. 

Li Jun (L) helps a woman passenger with a baby push her luggage. [yzdsb.com.cn]
Li Jun (L) helps a woman passenger with a baby push her luggage. [yzdsb.com.cn]

"In the past five years, we have never received a complaint about her. The other staff members admire her for her responsibility and work ethic," said Li's manager, Wang Fang.

To offer passengers better services, Li opened a micro-blog on Sina Weibo, a Chinese Twitter-like social media service, two years ago. She has written about 100 posts about her service experiences and has set up a free reservation service platform to make it more convenient for senior citizens to use the station's services. 

Li Jun (R2) answers a passenger's questions. [Xinhua]
Li Jun (R2) answers a passenger's questions. [Xinhua]

Li says that her work ethic stems from her parents' teachings. Her father passed away last year and she now lives with her 62-year-old mother. Every night, when she returns home, she washes her mother's feet and chats with her about her day. When it comes to finding a life partner, she says the most important thing to her is that he be kind to her mother. 


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