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are important to walk and return slowly. Li Guiping, the cover news of

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, senior editor of West China Metropolis Daily, member of reportage special committee of Sichuan writers’ Association, judge of the 9th Sichuan literature award, contracted writer of the 11th Chengdu University of Arts and vice chairman of Chengdu Jinjiang District writers’ Association, died in hospital today (August 13, 2020) at the age of 59. When the news of

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came, cultural scholars in Sichuan and Chongqing sent articles to mourn for Li Guiping’s great contributions in news writing and field investigation.

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Li Guiping, male, Han nationality, graduated from Chongqing Normal University (now Chongqing Normal University) majoring in Chinese language and literature. He once worked in Tangfang middle school, Wuxi County Government Office, Chengdu Iron and steel plant and other units, served as middle school teacher, secretary, director of trade union office, etc. Since October 1998, Li Guiping has worked in the West China metropolitan newspaper and cover media. He has successively served as a reporter, editor, editor in charge, deputy editor in chief and senior editor in chief. He has collected, written and edited a large number of news and supplement monographic in-depth manuscripts on natural geography, human geography and historical geography.

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Li Guiping’s monograph “tea horse ancient road in historical light and shadow”

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“Li Guiping has been engaged in media work for 22 years. He has paid close attention to the research of ancient tea horse road, measured the ancient tea horse road with his steps, and recorded the Western Sichuan culture with words. He has three times with Professor Chen Baoya and Kong Jiangping from the Chinese Department of Peking University to investigate the ancient tea horse road and Daba Mountain priest script. In addition to setting up the column “walking is the most important” on the cover news, which contributes a lot of interesting pages to the West China Metropolis Daily, it also publishes more than 1400 literary and news articles in newspapers and magazines such as people’s daily, Guangming Daily, southern weekend, China weekly, tourism, Sichuan literature, and mangzhong, and the paper “Sanda essays: wild road in supplement writing” was published in people’s daily The 270000 word monograph “ancient tea horse road in the shadow of history” was published by China literature and history publishing house, and was selected into the list of “China’s good books” in May 2019, and ranked 12th in the national total sales list in dangdang.com.

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Li Guiping recently collected and wrote the column

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. In his work, Li Guiping is conscientious and conscientious. In his life, he talks and laughs, and he is always happy to meet. As a veteran of the news front, he took the initiative to embrace the Internet and learn video editing. He often asked young colleagues about video editing technology with his mobile phone, and he also spared no effort to share his professional knowledge on how to write “you are walking” and “your brother Sanda”. As an elder, he often cares about the life of his young colleagues and imparts some life experience like a father.

Li Guiping’s declaration in the circle of friends is that “the most beautiful scenery is on the road”. As he wishes, he spent his whole life walking on the road, following the most beautiful scenery, recording the scenery along the way with camera and words.

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were shocked by the bad news, and their colleagues were deeply grieved. His voice and smile were just like yesterday, but in a flash, they were separated by Yin and Yang. Regretting that his life came to an abrupt end when he was about to retire.

when everything is gone with the wind, there is a sigh in the world, we only have to look through his articles and works again and again, in memory of this news veteran.

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tear farewell to Li Guiping, and wish the paradise scenery remains the same. The original title of

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: the cover news and the death of Li Guiping, senior editor of West China Metropolis Daily, have been mourning for

by Sichuan and Chongqing cultural scholars