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Alumni Passed Away

Viewed 2510 times 2019-5-17 23:03 |System category:News

His name is Wei Shanwen and he is also known as Mi Wentian in the Chinese musical community. He is an Engineer and Vice Chief of Du'an County Highway Administration of Guangxi, he is also a song writer, with works such as My Mongolian Horse, My Darling in Mongolian Grassland, etc, sung by Ulan Tuya, a well-known Mongolian singer of China.
He is a graduate of Guangxi Transport School, which is now renamed Guangxi Vocational and Technical College of Communications.
After he wrote a theme song for his old school, he was hospitalized and in critical conditions. Let's hope and pray for his quick recovery. 
Mi Wentian, an alumni of our college, is a musician who has created some pleasing pop songs for a Mongolian singer, has passed away due to serious disease. Writing songs was his hobby in the spare time of his full-time job as a vice president of a county road and highway administration in a hilly area.

We sent our deepest condolence to his family, including his wife and his daughter, a middle school girl.

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    SEARU: The student is talent on writing! A good composition should let readers think more without boundary about the topic!
    I believe this is not a mere story, it is true and the student is making a complaint in his writing to let the teacher know that she was being watched.

    Such a behavior from a teacher was very shameful and any act taking advantage of the death of a family member is dirty and low. She should roll herself out of the school because she is a bitch.

  • If it is true 2019-8-30 20:53

    The student is talent on writing! A good composition should let readers think more without boundary about the topic!

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