Song Zhigang: Let me down my achievements
His new job almost gave him depression Song Zhigang, a Beijing man, graduated from the police academy in 2008 and passed the civil service exam to become a chengguan. In less than half a year, Song Zhigang became a cream dozen eggplant, which can not lift the spirit.
Yunfeng Fund Li Ying: A woman like the wind
As one of the founders of Yunfeng Fund, Li has received three degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has worked and held key positions in some of the world's top companies such as McKinsey & Company, Ikanos, UT, and Kleiner Perkins. Surprisingly, she is not only not the vicissitudes and worldly imagination, but also young and beautiful. That impressive resume, she put together in 13 years.
Big boy Shuyi: Fly a kite at the mouth of the typhoon
The rocket speed "I know a traditional media boss in Chengdu who spent 10 years. The valuation of the company is 5 million yuan. We're now valued at $100 million, which is $600 million, $700 million, and he said, "Your industry is a rocket."
Lin Shu: A translator who can't speak a foreign language
Lin Shu was a famous translator in China, the initiator of modern literary translation, the first person who formally translated western literature. Although he is a master of ancient Chinese don't understand foreign scholars, but cooperate with Wei Yi, gong of Zeng Zhong and others, in the form of "ear by pen with" translated the 107 writers involved in 11 countries, the introduction of western literature and the progress of social culture at that time made an indelible contribution, left a valuable cultural heritage for later generations.
A woman who wrote with her body in the Republic of China
She was born originally in the home of a rich businessman, living a kind of quiet and luxurious life because the husband does business is not at home, however, cannot bear loneliness, and goes looking for "sexual happiness" emphatically outside; She had slept with 3,000 men and liked to sleep naked in hotels. She was the first pioneer of "body writing" in the Republic of China. She not only printed the love letters of her lovers into a book, named "Modern Love Letters", but also widely publicized them and became a popular bestseller at that time. She is twenty-eight years old, sees through the world, escapes into an empty door, but also can not understand the affair, and finally jump into the sea suicide. She is Yu Meiyan, a strange woman in Guangzhou.
Obama presented her with the Presidential Citizen's Medal
Eureka is a remote town in California. Every morning, just before dawn, a small blue truck quietly sets out, loaded with food and clothing. The owner, a Chinese woman, used the faint light of morning to find homeless people hiding under Bridges, along railroad tracks and even in the bushes, handing them everything they needed. In the eyes of those who have been forgotten by the society, she is like a blue angel, bringing them not only food to fill their bellies, but also a reason to live, so that they can learn never to give up hope.
Chasing faith in a wheelchair
Dong Ming, a typical post-80s student in Qiaokou District, Wuhan, dreamed of becoming a diver and was selected by Hubei provincial diving team when she was 6 years old. When she was looking forward to the future, unfortunately in 1995 when she was 9 years old in a training fell into high paraplegia, neck down, quadriplegic, and complete incontinence of urine and feces, the hospital issued three critical notices......
Please take a step up and look at yourself
Sun Nan was born into an artistic family. Her father was a music teacher and her mother worked in a song and dance troupe. He began to learn piano and folk singing from his father at the age of three and later went to the singing group to learn guitar and bel canto. At the age of 13, he organized a band and excelled in a local youth band competition, which made him famous.
The fierce life of an Afghan village leader
It is not easy for a woman to be visible in Afghanistan. But Salah Kazisada, an Afghan woman, is brave enough to break down prejudice. Saliva Kazisada, who lives in a small village in Balkh province in northern Afghanistan, is the country's only female village chief.
I'm just a fool
He was not handsome, with a high hairline that suggested thin hair, and he had no accent. Like a soldier in the Royal Guard without epaulets, behind the anchor desk he wore a suit and never a tie. At the word "rise", he was on the verge of rising to the occasion, causing the backstage editors to rush to cut the extra stories by milliseconds.