There are many moving stories in 2011, including stories of environment protection, care for the disabled, rural education promotion and other moving stories. The people in these stories are ordinary, but they have the most beautiful souls, for example, Yang Shanzhou who spent 22 years planting trees and bringing relative prosperity to a small town in Yunnan province; Hou Jinlin, a cleaner at Xiangshan Park in northwestern Beijing, Liu Yuzhen, a volunteer garbage collector in Tian'anmen Square; Wan Ping, 59, once an engineer at a state-owned company, who rented 85 hectares of sandy land that he thought was suitable for forest near Xinhe Village; Sabriye Tenberken, a blind teacher who has spent 13 years in Tibet teaching blind children how to work and live; Zhou Gonghu who collects floating garbage on the Yangtze River in Zigui county, Hubei province; Cao Bengang, 56, who says he likes to call himself "a happy bachelor", Xie Liang, 82-year-old, who has been a voluntary guide at a bus station in Beijing for a decade. At the end of 2011, let's review these moving stories.

Environment protection
Care for the disabled
Rural education promotion
Other moving stories