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When Gong Meiling first visited Zambia in the early 1990s as part of the China Medical Team, little did he know that the visit was the start of his long stay in the southern African nation.
He was a member of the 7th and 9th batches of the China Medical Teams, where he even served as vice-captain. He came to Zambia twice to provide medical assistance in 1992 and 1994.
However, his visit opened his eyes to the deplorable state of medical conditions at Thompson Hospital in Luanshya town in the Copperbelt Province.
He was exposed to the worst medical conditions he had experienced, which
were worsened by an outb in the town, leaving his tea option but to do what they the sick.
Although the experienc death of one of the Chines succumbed to excessive fa disease recurrence, the do against the cholera outbre recalls.
Despite the great difficu worked hard to help save s Gong, he took it upon him in Zambia in order to help situation.
“I [worked] for the Med more than four years. I fee
Main: A view of the Kananka National Park in Zambia Top: A view of a China-africa investment forum in Changsha, capital of Central China’s Hunan Province in June. Bottom: Chinese and Zambian workers at a copper smelter in Ndola, Zambia.