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Li Chunfu 92 washes himself after training

Li Chunfu 92 washes himself after training

Li Chunfu 92 washes himself after training(200805) -- JINAN, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Li Chunfu, 92, washes himself after training at an outdoor basketball court in Jinan, east China's Shandong Province, Aug. 4, 2020. As the oldest member of Jinan Senior Basketball Team which was founded in 2012, Li Chunfu has been playing basketball in his daily routine since 1949. Now in his 90s, Li practises basketball skills such as dribbling, layuping and shooting for half an hour to fourty minutes on average a day. 'Fitness requires consistency and regularity. Playing basketball and weight training make me maintain a good physical and mental state.' Li Chunfu said. (Xinhua/Wang Kai)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet shows a WeChat group of

Volunteer Ekebar Emet shows a WeChat group of

Volunteer Ekebar Emet shows a WeChat group of(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet shows a WeChat group of community residents he set up in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet drinks water at a

Volunteer Ekebar Emet drinks water at a

Volunteer Ekebar Emet drinks water at a(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet drinks water at a community in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet gets vegetables ordered

Volunteer Ekebar Emet gets vegetables ordered

Volunteer Ekebar Emet gets vegetables ordered(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet gets vegetables ordered by community residents through the Internet from a vegetable shop in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet walks in a community in

Volunteer Ekebar Emet walks in a community in

Volunteer Ekebar Emet walks in a community in(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet walks in a community in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet R and his colleagues

Volunteer Ekebar Emet R and his colleagues

Volunteer Ekebar Emet R and his colleagues(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet (R) and his colleagues encourage each other during a break in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
A resident gives a thumbup to volunteer

A resident gives a thumbup to volunteer

A resident gives a thumbup to volunteer(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A resident gives a thumb-up to volunteer Ekebar Emet from home in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet R holds a watermelon

Volunteer Ekebar Emet R holds a watermelon

Volunteer Ekebar Emet R holds a watermelon(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet (R) holds a watermelon to deliver to the resident in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet takes off protective

Volunteer Ekebar Emet takes off protective

Volunteer Ekebar Emet takes off protective(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet takes off protective suit to drink water in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
Volunteer Ekebar Emet publicizes epidemic

Volunteer Ekebar Emet publicizes epidemic

Volunteer Ekebar Emet publicizes epidemic(200805) -- URUMQI, Aug. 5, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Volunteer Ekebar Emet publicizes epidemic prevention measures at a community in Tianshan District of Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Aug. 3, 2020.\r\n Ekebar Emet, a 21-year-old junior student, comes from Bachu County of Xinjiang. He went to the Dongcaiyuan Community in Tianshan District of Urumqi City to practise for one year on June 3.\r\n The sudden COVID-19 resurgence in Xinjiang immediately transformed Ekebar from a university intern to a volunteer at the frontline of epidemic prevention and control.\r\n Ekebar publicized epidemic prevention measures to 78 households every day. In order to prevent cross-infection, the daily materials needed by residents were all delivered by Ekebar. \r\n In order to do these jobs well, Ekebar has set up a special WeChat group. Residents in the community could send their needs to the group every day. With about 100 orders daily, Ekebar always found ways to complete them. \r\n'I believe the epidemic will pass soon. And I also feel that the epidemic has made the residents more united, and everyone has gradually understood that only by solidarity can we overcome the epidemic.' He said. (Xinhua/Zhao Ge)
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