NPC Deputy Dedicated to Textile Industry
|He Fei, deputy to the National People's Congress in Northwest China's Shaanxi Province, works in a factory of the Xianyang Textiles Group Co. Ltd, on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
He Fei, deputy to the National People's Congress, is a textile worker at the first affiliated factory of a local textiles company in Northwest China's Shaanxi Province. He acts as head of Zhao Mengtao team, a national advanced production team named after Zhao Mengtao, a late model worker in China.
He has often spent her spare time in accompanying new workers to practice their textile skills, passing on her experience to them. Many of them are now technical backbones at the factory.
She also led her team to innovate methods of operating the textile machines, which helped optimize the workforce and increase efficiency.
During the fight against the novel coronavirus disease, He led her team members to stick to their posts, working hard to fulfill tasks on schedule.
He said she will continue to pass on Zhao's spirit of struggle and innovation, and is dedicated to advancing high-quality development of the textile industry.
|He Fei (2nd, L) exchanges ideas with her workmates at a factory of the Xianyang Textiles Group Co. Ltd, in Northwest China's Shaanxi Province, on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
|He Fei (R) checks the production with her colleague in a processing workshop, on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
|He Fei (L) shares experience with a colleague in a processing workshop on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
|He Fei (R) operates a machine on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
|He Fei (2nd, L) talks with her colleagues away from work on May 13. [Xinhua/Zhang Bowen]|
(Source: Xinhua and people.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)
Please understand that womenofchina.cn,a non-profit, information-communication website, cannot reach every writer before using articles and images. For copyright issues, please contact us by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. The articles published and opinions expressed on this website represent the opinions of writers and are not necessarily shared by womenofchina.cn.?