"Beep...beep" comes the sound from the green light as the hatch opens. Cheng Qiang takes a deep breath and jumps out of the jet.
Some 712 young people aged 4 to 19 were resettled at the home in Rizhao within weeks of the earthquake, including those from the worst-hit areas of the Aba Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture.
As the saying goes, that which does not kill us makes us stronger. 41-year-old Chen Shuangcheng, who lost his left leg at the age of 19, now helps people with disabilities in his hometown escape poverty.
While much of China basks in the sunshine and warmth of spring, Jiao Xiangzhao, a weather observer in Jilin province, still faces wintry conditions.
Chinese-built trains are offering both Argentine commuters and conductors better rides, according to Fernando Pintos, who has taught would-be conductors for about 36 years.
Passing through the mountains in Indonesia's West Java province, a silver "dragon" appears in front of us. This, is the Cimanuk River, cradle and "mother river" of West Java people.
Xu Shaoqing stood in front of a large screen as a picture of a golden earring the size of a basketball appeared.
Allan Jumba, a 27-year-old Kenyan, is a well-known specialist in agriculture and greenhouse technologies in Kenya's Vihiga county. He helps local farmers prevent common crop diseases, provides pest control services and gives greenhouse-building advice.
Like many other Chinese born in the 1960s, Bao Zhenhua's given name was imbued with the cultural significance of the time - literally meaning "to revitalize China".
"I was so little and I was shaking. I found myself next to dead people ... I am a survivor of the Nanjing Massacre."