Rahman, 54, walks with his partner on the road to deliver mail and packages to villagers in a remote area in Urumqi, capital city of Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, on Nov 30, 2010. He has worked as a messenger for 34 years and insists on hand-delivering messages to villagers every day with his horse. Traveling long distances with no break in service has taken a toll on his body but won him respect from the villagers.
The 47-year–old taxi driver Jiang Guisheng is counting the days to retirement so he can drive a car and travel all over the country, with the first destination being Zhengjiajie, a picturesque place in Central China’s Hunan province.
Zheng Kun has been working in Beijing for five months, but she still can’t get her parents in Harbin, Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, to fully understand what her job title - “Olympic Volunteer Knowledge Promotion Officer”- is really about.
Fox TV's Lie To Me series generated a fever on micro-expression studies during Zhang Yan’s courses for medical psychology at Peking University. But she is not a fan of the police drama Criminal Minds because “it is bloody,” in her words.