Huhehot No. 2 Woolen Textile Mill in China's Inner Mongolia is a modern enterprise with 10,000 spindles.
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Background: Huhehot No. 2 Woolen Textile Mill in China's Inner Mongolia is a modern enterprise with 10,000 spindles. All the equipment here are designed and manufactured in China.
The mill's workers and staffs are composed of Mongolians, Huis, Mans, and other national minorities. Holding aloft the great red banner of Mao Tse-tung's thought, they have launched a thorough-going Socialist emulation campaign known as the campaign of 'comparing with, learning from catching up with and surpassing the advanced and helping those who lag'. Everyone strives to perfect his basic techniques. The quality of the mill's products has markedly improved and faulty specks on the finished yearn greatly reduced.
The mill trains and swells the rank of national minority workers and staffs at a fast pace.
Badmalenhua, a Mongolian women worker, was born to a poor herdsman's family. Assisted by Han workers, she has become a skilled spinning worker in less than two years.
Under the guidance of veteran Han workers, this Mongolian young man is already able to overhaul and repair looms independently.
During the past several years and in a spirit of close cooperation and mutual help, the workers and staffs of various nationalities of the No. 2 Woolen Textile Mill have been turning out quality woolen-Textile products with the fleece of improved -strain sheep reared in China.
The mill's products reach all parts of China and are highly acclaimed by consumers.