Jiaolong pilot's journey to congress

Fu Wentao, a delegate of the 18th CPC National Congress, prepares his speech on Nov 8, 2012. Fu, 30, piloted Jiaolong, China's deep-sea research submersible, to a record depth of 7,062 meters below sea level on June 27, 2012. Born in Yueyang county, Hunan province, it took him just six years to become qualified in underwater research after graduating from college. He said being a CPC delegate is a great honor and responsibility. He considers his duty is to reflect the opinion of grassroots CPC members. Photos: Xinhua

 

Fu Wentao takes part in a panel discussion at the 18th CPC National Congress in Beijing, Nov 10, 2012.

 

 

Fu Wentao talks with CPC delegate Han Xiqiu, who works in the same industry, Nov 8, 2012.


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