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Guizhou item displayed at National Museum of China

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Updated: 2019-01-09

During a major exhibition on the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up recently held at the National Museum of China in Beijing, a request for leave written by poverty alleviation official Ran Weizuo from Fengyi village, Yinjiang Tujia and Miao autonomous county in Southwest China's Guizhou province is displayed.

Guizhou item displayed at National Museum of China

The exhibition on the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up is held at the National Museum of China in Beijing. [Photo/gog.cn]

Ran, 25 years old, is the youngest official assigned by the Yinjiang people's government to work in poverty alleviation in Fengyi village. As part of the local government, Ran is devoted to his work and never once applied for leave until the day of his sister's wedding.

Ran used classical Chinese and wrote a poetic request for leave. He thanked his colleagues and asked for time off to attend the wedding of his sister, an opportunity for him to reunite with his family for the first time in a long time.

Guizhou item displayed at National Museum of China

The leave request is written poetically in classical Chinese. [Photo/gog.cn]

Ran's superior not only approved his application, but also replied in poetic language thanking him for his hard work in poverty alleviation and telling him to look after his family.

The leave request provided an insight into the duties and responsibilities of a village official, and was selected to be displayed at the exhibition, which will run until March 20 and is free to the public.

Guizhou item displayed at National Museum of China

The leave request is exhibited in the poverty alleviation section of the exhibition. [Photo/gog.cn]

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