A Chinese soldier prepared a 61 (year) worth of meals for his wife before returning to Tibet, 62 he’s stationed. His parting gift included over 1,000 dumplings and 150 liters of soup and a number of sweet treats with notes 63 (hide) around the house. Yin Yunfeng, 27, will call and send 64 (message) to his wife, 26-year-old Zhao Mai, to show where he keeps these gifts whenever she is feeling lonely.
Because Yin Yunfeng is stationed in Tibet, 65 couple only sees each other once a year. Zhao Mai is a school teacher who often doesn’t have time to cook for 66 (she). Yin Yunfeng made up his mind to prepare the dishes after seeing on his last visit home that his wife couldn’t have meals made 67 (fresh) for herself. In turn, he prepared single-portioned(分离的) meals enough for her to eat for a year and 68 (store) them in the freezers of his home and of nearby friends.
“I have to admit his food packages help keep me going and it’s great 69 (know) that he loves me,” Zhao Mai said in a translation provided by a newspaper. “In some way, every time I have my meal I know he is 70 me.”
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