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Factory worker delegate spreads congress spirit

By Cang Wei in Nanjing | China Daily | Updated: 2023-01-17 09:01
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Li Lannyu, a textile factory worker in Nantong, Jiangsu province, arrived back in the coastal city at 1 am after traveling from Beijing on Oct 24. Six hours later, she was at her workplace in her blue uniform, ready to get back to her day job.

Li, who was a delegate of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, has been working in the textile industry since she was 19 years old.

During her 23 years working in the industry, she has implemented practices and introduced efficiencies that have saved her company more than 200,000 yuan ($29,800).She and her research team have also overcome multiple technical problems to improve production.

Those achievements did not come easy. When Li started working for Jiangsu Dasheng Group, she didn't have a degree. But through self-study and self-discipline, she obtained a bachelor's while also publishing more than 10 technical papers in core journals. Ten of her innovations have won prizes in national or regional industry competitions.

Due to her hard work and impressive performance, Li was elected Party secretary and deputy director of Jiangsu Dasheng's digital spinning workshop, and a delegate of the CPC National Congress twice. In October, Li attended the national congress as a delegate in Beijing.

"I work as an ordinary worker in the textile industry," she said.

"I have always hoped to contribute to the textile industry. I've always reminded myself that I must have a dedicated attitude and professional knowledge to bring the best out of me."

When she returned to work from Beijing, the first thing she did was to convey the spirit of the national congress report to her colleagues and share with them the rewards and joys of her trip to Beijing.

"I've found great joy in researching and innovating textile technologies, and it's a great honor to convey the spirit of the meeting," Li said.

"The report of the meeting mentioned that we should accelerate the construction of a new development pattern and make efforts to promote high-quality development, including high-end, intelligent and green development in the manufacturing industry," she said.

"The textile industry is a traditional and leading industry in Nantong. I'd be thrilled if I could help with the high-quality development and the upgrading of it."

She said that to achieve high-quality development, the textile industry's digital and intelligent transformation must be promoted, the scientific management and quality of the products must be guaranteed and more young people should be encouraged to take part.

"I believe that textile workers will have more opportunities with the deepening of reforms and the release of more preferential policies."

Zhong Lin contributed to this story.

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