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szdaily -> Photo Highlights -> 
Young faces shine at Games venues
    2011-08-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Li Hao

They can be seen at each corner of the Universiade venues.

Always wearing a smile, they are there to lend a helping hand to foreign athletes.

They are called "Brother U" or "Sister U." They have also been nicknamed "green onion" since they are easy to identify for their green-and-white uniform.

There are over 1.2 million young volunteers at the Games.

Young volunteers have impressed foreign guests with their attentive service in the scorching summer.

A 21-year-old freshman student at Shenzhen Institute of Information Technology, Zhou Bin, considers his voluntary work as "a way of spending his summer vacation."

"I feel fulfilled each night when I recall what services I have provided," said Zhou, who offers accommodation service to the media.

"I exchange experiences with my roommates when I go back to my dormitory each day," said Zhou.

Zhou's sense of fulfillment is shared by Zheng Liying, a food major at Shenzhen University, who leads eight volunteers at a media hotel.

"It will definitely be an unforgettable experience. Although it is hard, I feel happy to have learnt a lot and made so many new friends," said Zheng.

 

Captions:

Russian volunteer Ilya Chubarov shows his Games volunteer badges in the Universiade Village in Longgang District.

A trainer gives instructions to volunteers.

Unviersity students from Jiangsu Province serving as Games volunteers carry bottled water from a truck in the village.

Volunteers from Shenzhen University.

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