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My Heart Belongs to Xinjiang: Offspring of Expats Li Yizu
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    The Kazaks family that helped Li Yizu in 1975. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

    Li Yizu says he has many similar stories. He says he believes human beings are shaped by the land around them. The blue sky, white cloud, high mountains and wide horizons, such boundless glamour of nature influencing the lives there. Therefore people from different ethnic groups in Xinjiang are unpretentious, passionate, bold and unconstrained.

    Those characteristics deeply impressed Li Yizu, and made him one of the locals. He became an educator after retirement. He went to 56 counties and regions in Xinjiang, and gave some 800 lectures to almost 400-thousnad teenagers.

     

    Author:    Source: CRI     Editor: Yang Fan

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