SPIC WeChat: Shen Buwan, 102, Recalls War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea

These days, the movie The Battle at Lake Changjin has aroused strong resonance among the audience. Through the movie, we look back on the history of the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea (1950-53), and remember the renowned military officers, moved to tears by the ordinary heroes of the real historical events.

Today, let's follow the perspective of a soldier Shen Buwan, and recall the great course of the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea.

Shen Buwan, 102, a retired veteran cadre from SEP Minhang Power Plant, answered the call of the motherland to go to war in North Korea. Just like the movie The Sacrifice, Shen and his comrades were instructed to build a bridge for 2,000 military vehicles in the shortest possible time with a few saws and dozens of men in the midst of the enemy's wanton bombing.

They did not retreat. "Without materials, we went to the mountains to cut wood. Without cranes, we made wooden rafts on our own to transport by water. Without pile drivers, we soaked in the water for several days and nights to complete the piling work." Shen successfully fulfilled the task, although he has since suffered from the illness with his legs. "For the rise of new China, everything is worth it!" Shen said.

In 1954, Shen was transferred to Yangshupu Power Plant, and was then transferred to Minhang Power Plant in 1964 until he retired in 1979 (enjoyed the treatment of retired veteran cadre from 1982). He contributed the best years of his life to the cause of liberation of new China and the cause of electric power construction.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CPC. "I can say that I am the same age as the CPC." The magnificent course of the first half of his life and the happy and comfortable life in his old age made him appreciate the greatness of the Party even more, "I wish the CPC better and better!"

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