From the New Journey of the New Era forward, Foshan Media Group and Foshan News Network launched a series of microfilms entitled My Foshan story. Based on 10 real stories of Foshan focusing on high-quality development, reform and opening up, rural revitalization, innovation and entrepreneurship etc., the stories have witnessed a revolution for Foshan’s new development philosophy.
HEART tells the story of Tibetan students who come to Foshan to study.
The main characters of the story are Geliesangji and Chen Jie who are best friends in school. One day, there was a mobile phone ringing in class, which is against the campus rules. It turns out that since Geliesangji's mother fell off and was taken to the hospital. Worried about his mother, but Sangji didn't want to bother his classmate and teacher. Seeing what happened to his best friend, Chen Jie lent a mobile phone to Sangji secretly so that he could contact his mother.
After knowing the reason, the teacher contacted an official of Tibet's poverty alleviation office to help Geliesangji's family.
This microfilm is based on real stories in the Tibetan Class of Foshan No.1 High School, injecting vivid details during the second creative process.
The opening of Tibetan classes is an important policy to promote the economic and social development of Tibet, providing an opportunity for youngsters to work together for national unity.
Author | Kya
Revisor | Linn, Eleanor