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Pic story: student helps classmate who disabled in action


Sun Simiao carries Wang Aoran for outdoor activities in the school at Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (1st, L) and Wang Aoran (2nd, L) are at class in the school in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao holds Wang Aoran and prepares to help him leave school in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (R) and Wang Aoran’s mother help Wang in recovery training in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao pushes Wang Aoran in a wheelchiar on a street in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (L) reads with Wang Aoran at Wang’s home in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (1st, L) and his classmates help Wang Aoran pack his schoolbag in the school at Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

In this aerial photo, Sun Simiao pushes Wang Aoran in a wheelchair at a square in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (L) plays with Wang Aoran at Wang’s home in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (L) plays with Wang Aoran at Wang’s home in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao and Wang Aoran take a walk at a square in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao helps Wang Aoran to sit on the wheelchair after school in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao pushes Wang Aoran in a wheelchair to play at a square in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao (L) plays with Wang Aoran at a square in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 26, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

Sun Simiao helps Wang Aoran do exercise in the school in Chifeng City, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Nov. 25, 2020. Wang Aoran, 15, has been disabled in action by creatine kinase abnormality since he was a child. When in the second grade of primary school, he received help from schoolmate Sun Simiao, who voluntarily began to carry him from the school gate to his classroom. He has been helping him ever since. The two became inseparable best friends. They went to the same middle school, both in the same class, and they even became deskmates. Now Wang is also helped by other classmates and the teachers. “I just did a very small thing that anyone else would have done,” Sun said, adding Wang is not only a student but also a good brother of his. He hopes Wang will get better and stand up one day. (Xinhua/Lian Zhen)

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