Teaching on a rope

2015-04-03 02:40:54 GMT2015-04-03 10:40:54(Beijing Time)  China Daily
Zhu Youfang, who suffers from an illness hampering her motor functions, hangs on to a rope in order to stand while she teaches her class at Shangluo school in Chengui town of Daye, Central China's Hunan province on March 30, 2015. Zhu, who has 31 years of teaching experience, has persisted teaching despite her poor health conditions over the last three years. [Photo/IC] Zhu Youfang, who suffers from an illness hampering her motor functions, hangs on to a rope in order to stand while she teaches her class at Shangluo school in Chengui town of Daye, Central China's Hunan province on March 30, 2015. Zhu, who has 31 years of teaching experience, has persisted teaching despite her poor health conditions over the last three years. [Photo/IC]
Zhu teaches her 45-minute class by grabbing a rope hanging from the ceiling above a classroom blackboard to keep her balance. She would fall without it because of her illness. [Photo/IC] Zhu teaches her 45-minute class by grabbing a rope hanging from the ceiling above a classroom blackboard to keep her balance. She would fall without it because of her illness. [Photo/IC]
Zhu walks with the help of her husband, who works in the same school as Zhu. Zhu has difficulties standing, raising her hands, turning her head and doing other movements, and has to support herself with a wall or handrail when she walks. [Photo/IC] Zhu walks with the help of her husband, who works in the same school as Zhu. Zhu has difficulties standing, raising her hands, turning her head and doing other movements, and has to support herself with a wall or handrail when she walks. [Photo/IC]
Zhu walks on a treadmill for 10 minutes at a speed of 1.6km/h at home everyday in order to train her body. [Photo/IC] Zhu walks on a treadmill for 10 minutes at a speed of 1.6km/h at home everyday in order to train her body. [Photo/IC]
After her illness was reported in the media, many of her former students came back to school to visit her. [Photo/IC] After her illness was reported in the media, many of her former students came back to school to visit her. [Photo/IC]
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