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Love story of a legless husband and his pretty wife

In 4 years of dating, he wrote thousands of poems and thoughts on a 100-meter-long piece of paper.

May 12, 2008 is an unforgettable day in Guohong’s mind. It was when he was an 18-year-old high school student. Guohong and his friends were buried in debris after an 8,0-degree earthquake pulled down his class.

Picture of Guohong and the rescue team who helped save his life in 2008.

The earthquake defeated his hometown Beichuan Qiang Autonomous County, Sichuan province, China. 2 days later, Guohong was saved, but, unfortunately, he was forced to have his legs castrated for the intensity of the injuries. Since then, Guohong had to live a life of a legless man.

As advised by his doctor, Guohong started to train swimming to recover and magic happened as he eventually won 2 gold medals in the Paralympic.

Despite his disability, Guohong is still a resilient man. He lives his everyday life like a normal person.

Guohong praying at the memorial of the victims of the 2008 earthquake.

In 2013, Guohong came to HongKong to treat his bones piercing through the skin. During his time here, he met his future wife, Mrs. Wo Simiao, a nurse. Guohong said I like Wu because she was the one taking care of him every day in the hospital. They started chatting online and their love developed.

Guohong and his wife Wu developed their love as she was his caretaker during his time in HongKong.

To express his love and loyalty, Guohong bought a 100-meter-long piece of paper to jot down his emotions. For 4 years, he had written thousands of poems on the paper.

In 4 years before proposal, Guohong wrote about his love on a a 100-meter-long piece of paper.

He even wrote poems onto the bamboo tree.

Furthermore, Guohong even wrote a collection of poems on bamboo tree materials – a traditional way of chronicling of the Chinese in the past.

As a result, Guohong decided to propose to his girlfriend after a Paralympic game in 2015. The two registered for marriage in 2016.

His proposal took tears from Wu’s eyes.

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Alex Wilsonhttp://chinhhunky.com
“With freedom, flowers, books, and the moon, who could not be perfectly happy?” ― Oscar Wilde, De Profundis


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