Every Chinese who lives hard is the most beautiful struggler.
It is precisely because of the hundreds of millions of strugglers that China is today.
Ten years, pay tribute to every one of you who have struggled.
Let us work hard together for the new era, and never slack in the future.
Chinanews.com, Jiaxing, December 7th (Zhang Yudi and Wu Mengshi) The cool wind in winter blows the rippling of the water surface and the sound of the village on the bank.
On the Music Island of Xinfeng Village, Luoxing Street, Jiashan County, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province, there are melodious notes flying everywhere. In this music hall, there is a source of music-Inheritance Guitar Works.
Night view of Xinfeng Village.
Photo provided by the interviewee
Zhao Wengang, the owner of the labor club, is a senior guitarist. From the first time he saw a guitar as a child, the seeds of his dreams took root in his heart. Until now, he has made his home in Xinfeng Village, hiding in the depths of nature, doing his best work. Good musical instruments, enjoy the most beautiful time.
For Zhao Wengang, the guitar has filled all the gaps in his life.
In college, he formed a band with alumni and played guitar.
Afterwards, he joined his mentor Jeffrey Yong and went to Malaysia to learn how to make guitars.
"The process of making a guitar is very complicated. From wood selection, air drying, cutting into thin boards, and tuning... there are more than 300 processes in total, and each process tests the skill of the luthier. Making a guitar costs nearly One month." Zhao Wengang said that it took him one and a half months in Malaysia to complete the production of his first guitar.
"When I plucked the strings of the guitar I made by myself for the first time, I was intoxicated by the beautiful rhythm." Zhao Wengang said, and this became the fulcrum of his persistent pursuit of dreams.
Zhao Wengang, who has returned from his studies, has been engaged in guitar teaching in Shanghai music institutions for two years, and resolutely decided to turn the channel of his life back to guitar making.
"Making a guitar is a job that needs to endure loneliness. It often needs to be immersed in it and carefully polish every detail. Any omission in any step will have a great impact on the sound quality of the guitar." Zhao Wengang said.
In order to make a better guitar, Zhao Wengang is often buried in the studio all day long, and often forgets the time.
In addition to his guitar-making skills, Zhao Wengang was also influenced by his mentor and liked a quiet and far-reaching residence. He thought the basement of his Shanghai home was oppressive and noisy, and sometimes he couldn't calm down.
"One day, my wife told me that her hometown, Xinfeng Village, is building a beautiful village, and unlike other beautiful villages, Xinfeng Village has music as the theme, which is very suitable for my development." Zhao Wengang said.
At the beginning of this year, Zhao Wengang and his wife went back to Xinfeng Village and were amazed by the brand-new environment in front of them.
At the entrance of Xinfeng Village, there is a large sea of golden sunflowers. Looking at the music island, four music venues composed of four groups of orange, yellow, white and green "containers" are well arranged, and clusters of purple verbena are blooming in competition with each other. The music halls with unique shapes add radiance to each other, like a natural picture.
"These 'containers' are mainly used to introduce music, Internet celebrity live broadcast, e-commerce, Internet celebrity dining trucks and other business formats, so that the entire music island will move and come alive. Are you interested in joining?" Bao, a member of the Party Committee of Xinfeng Village Jian Jun offered an olive branch to Zhao Wengang and his wife.
The nostalgia for two-way rushing is on the verge of burning.
Today, Zhao Wengang has brought his precious guitar-making machines and unique skills to the Music Island and opened a guitar workshop to integrate his ingenuity with music and the village.
Zhao Wengang introduced that the guitar workshop not only teaches guitar making, but also teaches playing guitar. The band he joined in Shanghai will also come to perform and sing regularly, giving more vitality to the music island.
"In my spare time, I can also make piano quietly by myself. Wouldn't it be fun to live a life of 'picking chrysanthemums under the eastern fence and seeing Nanshan leisurely'?" Zhao Wengang said.
(End) (Funded and supported by China Internet Development Foundation China Positive Energy Network Communication Special Fund)