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A glance at a 20-something deputy of the NPC

2010-03-03 06:34:06 GMT2010-03-03 14:34:06 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Bi Hongzhen talks with passengers on a bus in Pingliang city, Gansu province, on Feb 24. Born in the 1980s, Bi Hongzhen is an ethnic Hui and a deputy of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature. As one of the few local Hui women to finish high school, she taught at a primary school for two years. She also opened her own mini-mart and mobile phone service stations, which have provided much convenience to local residents. [Photo/Xinhua]

Bi Hongzhen milks a cow at home in Pingliang city, Northwest China's Gansu province, Feb 24. Born in the 1980s, Bi Hongzhen is an ethnic Hui and a deputy of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature. As one of the few local Hui women to finish high school, she taught at a primary school for two years. She also opened her own mini-mart and mobile phone service stations, which have provided much convenience to local residents. [Photo/Xinhua]

Bi Hongzhen milks a cow at home in Pingliang city, Northwest China's Gansu province, Feb 24. Born in the 1980s, Bi Hongzhen is an ethnic Hui and a deputy of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature. As one of the few local Hui women to finish high school, she taught at a primary school for two years. She also opened her own mini-mart and mobile phone service stations, which have provided much convenience to local residents. [Photo/Xinhua]

Bi Hongzhen answers a phone at her own mini-mart in Pingliang city, Gansu province, on Feb 24. Born in the 1980s, Bi Hongzhen is an ethnic Hui and a deputy of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature. As one of the few local Hui women to finish high school, she taught at a primary school for two years. She also opened her own mini-mart and mobile phone service stations, which have provided much convenience to local residents. [Photo/Xinhua]

Born in the 1980s, Bi Hongzhen is an ethnic Hui and a deputy of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature. As one of the few local Hui women to finish high school, she taught at a primary school for two years.

She also opened her own mini-mart and mobile phone service stations, which have provided much convenience to local residents.

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