The China Post Group held a national teleconference entitled "Commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China: Learn from 'Role Model at Our Side: Mailwoman Nima Lamu', Report Conference" on June 3, 2011.
Nima Lamu, the Tibetan mailwoman who had just delivered a speech at an annual gathering of the Universal Postal Union in Switzerland, gave an address during the conference. She familiarized the audience with her working conditions in Tibet and her experience in the Headquarters of Universal Postal Union.
Liu Andong, director and a member of the Leading Party Group of the China Post Group, said, on behalf of the China Post Group, that Nima Lamu delivered that speech at the Universal Postal Union. That speech told the whole world that the China Post Group is devoted to provide their services to all. It also demonstrated the achievements of China's Reform and Opening-up Policy and showed China's ethnic policies to all the nations around the world.
Leaders in the State Council of the People's Republic of China also gave great credit to Nima Lamu and said her speech at the annual gathering of the Universal Postal Union is significant. They encouraged all the workers from China's postal enterprise to learn from Nima Lamu and to make China's postal universal services better.
Nima Lamu introduced her working experience and her feelings of being in an annual gathering of the Universal Postal Union with passion. She said, "I was thrilled as that is my first time abroad and also my first time to tell my hometown's postal service to delegates from the whole world. As an ordinary member of the Communist Party of China who works in the postal system, I definitely felt that the responsibilities and tasks on my shoulder are getting heavier. I want to be a better party member who is all ways thinking about how to provide better services to his/her fellow Chinese. By hard working and constantly improving my own abilities, I hope I can be a better mailwomen and play my part well in the cause of the development of China and building a well-off society for Tibetan people."