Peo­ple in ser­vice in­dus­tries help to im­prove Wuhan's image

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY - By Yin Qin­bing

The 7th World Mil­i­tary Games will be held in Wuhan in 2019. Peo­ple in the ser­vice in­dus­try in Wuhan are working dili­gently for the prepa­ra­tion of the event by pro­vid­ing ex­cel­lent ser­vice.

Wang Zheng­dao, a 48year-old bus driver who works hard to serve his tourists, has won praise from peo­ple from all around the coun­try.

Liu Wuqiao is a traf­fic po­lice of­fi­cer on duty near Wuchang Rail­way Sta­tion. For nine years he has ac­tively as­sisted trav­el­ers go­ing to and from that lo­ca­tion. Liu, who is al­ready the squadron leader, is still keep­ing him­self on the road with 18 hours a day on duty.

Yao Jie, a staff mem­ber at Hankou Rail­way Sta­tion, said that she is asked as many as 500 ques­tions a day by pas­sen­gers. She has solved more than 2,000 prob­lems for pas­sen­gers and has re­cov­ered more than 900 lost items worth a to­tal value of RMB 200,000. "While wear­ing this uni­form in the ser­vice win­dow, it's my duty to serve pas­sen­gers and help solve their prob­lems," she said.

The 7th World Mil­i­tary Games is an op­por­tu­nity for Wuhan to im­prove its in­fra­struc­ture and ser­vices by ris­ing to the oc­ca­sion. The ser­vice in­dus­try re­lies on those who treat even small tasks with great pa­tience and care to mak e a dif­fer­ence.

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