Disabled girl feels confident and courageous when practicing Guzhe

Wang Wenzhuo (2nd, R) plays Guzheng with other students at a training center in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo (2nd, R) talks with students at a training center in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo sitting on the wheelchair is seen with her father Wang Kaihong in Xuhong Village in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

 

Wang Wenzhuo (C) plays Guzheng at a local television and radio station in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo plays Guzheng at a local television and radio station in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

 

Wang Kaihong carries her daughter Wang Wenzhuo to a chair at a training center in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo prepares to play Guzheng at a training center in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo (R) interacts with her brother at home in Xuhong Village of Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 16, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

A teacher guides Wang Wenzhuo (R) in playing Guzheng at a training center in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Liu Liangliang)

 

Wang Wenzhuo (R) talks with other Guzheng players before she gets on stage at a local television and radio station in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

 

Wang Wenzhuo (2nd, R) plays Guzheng at a local television and radio station as her father Wang Kaihong (1st, R) waits near the stage in Hejin City, north China’s Shanxi Province, July 15, 2019. Wang Wenzhuo, a player of Guzheng, or Chinese zither, has been suffering from high paraplegia caused by an accident when she was six. Years of endeavor failed to help her recover. Wang had to drop out of school due to health condition after she completed primary school. Yet, she did not give up and found herself interested in music while enjoying television and radio shows. A local Guzheng training center accepted Wang Wenzhuo to learn the traditional Chinese instrument with no expense. From then on, Wang and her parents have got into an everyday routine of learning Guzheng in the center 20 kilometers away from home. Two years of learning experience rewards Wang proficiency and skills. In 2019, she started to perform in public with her teacher and to participate in contests. “I feel confident and courageous when I’m practicing Guzheng and fantasizing about performing on stage,” the player says. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)