Post-quake life of a postman (2)

15:08, May 12, 2011      

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He Xianlun (Front), a postman, watches TV with his wife, daughter and nieces at home in Qingchuan, southwest China's Sichuan Province, May 10, 2011. He Xianlun, 43, who lost his father, bothers and sisters-in-law in the severe earthquake occured three years ago, became father of three girls, two of them are his lost brothers'. As the sole male member of the family, He led a harsh life at the very beginning. Now He's salary had been increased and the family moved into a buliding this Spring Festival. His wife quit the former job and devoted herself into the family. (Xinhua/Jiang Hongjing)

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