Metro trains pro­mote read­ing

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY - By Guo Jia

On Au­gust 26, three trains on sep­a­rate metro lines be­gan run­ning a book read­ing cam­paign in Wuhan, each with their own theme.

Metro line 1 fea­tures celebri­ties from all walks of life rec­om­mend­ing books to Wuhan ci­ti­zens. Scan­ning the QR code on the train will bring up the pro­file of the writ­ers and stars, and then they will pro­vide read­ers with a rec­om­men­da­tion of books in a short au­dio clip.

Metro line 4 takes pas­sen­gers back in time with Chi­nese char­ac­ters from an­cient books and clas­sic po­etry dat­ing back to the Xia dy­nasty. These Chi­nese char­ac­ters are num­bered, and by scan­ning the QR code and en­ter­ing the num­ber, you can find the pro­nun­ci­a­tion of these Chi­nese char­ac­ters, which al­lows peo­ple to learn more about Chi­nese char­ac­ters.

The theme of Metro line 6 is youth.Its de­sign is based on the clas­sic read­ings in the text­books with rel­e­vant read­ing com­pre­hen­sion top­ics.In this way, peo­ple could gain new in­sights through restudy­ing old ma­te­ri­als.

These three metro lines will be in op­er­a­tion for one month.The train num­bers are A12, D07, and F29.

Photo by Li Yong­gang

Metro line 6 with clas­sic read­ings from text­books

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