Li Bingfang: Mail Carrier from Guangdong Province2014-10-28
When the elderly mail carrier passed away in 2004, former village official Li Bingfang took on the responsibility of handling a postal route that serves 30,000 people who live scattered throughout the deep mountainous areas in Yao Autonomous Township in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. [China Post]

When the elderly mail carrier passed away in 2004, former village official Li Bingfang took on the responsibility of handling a postal route that serves 30,000 people who live scattered throughout the deep mountainous areas in Yao Autonomous Township in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

Over the past nine years, Li has been considered a trustworthy mail carrier and errand man by the locals.

When the area was struck by a heavy snow storm in 2008, Li persisted with his deliveries. In 10 days in January that year, he delivered 180 newspapers, 232 letters and parcels, 28 express deliveries and 34 remittance notices.

(China Post)

Li Bingfang: Mail Carrier from Guangdong Province
2014-10-28          0 Comment
When the elderly mail carrier passed away in 2004, former village official Li Bingfang took on the responsibility of handling a postal route that serves 30,000 people who live scattered throughout the deep mountainous areas in Yao Autonomous Township in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. [China Post]

When the elderly mail carrier passed away in 2004, former village official Li Bingfang took on the responsibility of handling a postal route that serves 30,000 people who live scattered throughout the deep mountainous areas in Yao Autonomous Township in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

Over the past nine years, Li has been considered a trustworthy mail carrier and errand man by the locals.

When the area was struck by a heavy snow storm in 2008, Li persisted with his deliveries. In 10 days in January that year, he delivered 180 newspapers, 232 letters and parcels, 28 express deliveries and 34 remittance notices.

(China Post)

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