Pioneer of Multi-machine Tending Campaign in Chollima Age
Pyongyang, September 16 (KCNA) -- A large number of heroes were produced in the Chollima age, recorded in the DPRK's history of development. Among them is Ri Hwa Sun, a pioneer of the multi-machine tending campaign.
Ri Hwa Sun lost her father at an early age and had to suffer humiliation and insult, working as a nursemaid in south Korea. She could lead a worthwhile life under the care of the DPRK.
Working as a weaver at the Pyongyang Textile Mill (then), she keenly felt the love of President
In April Juche 53 (1964), she kindled the first torch of the multi-machine tending campaign by inventing 10-odd technical innovations. She began to tend 48 machines in 1964 and gradually increased the number of machines even to 80 until 1968. She had over-fulfilled the yearly plan before the end of April every year and trained tens of weavers into multi-machine tenders and highly-skilled workers in those days.
She went round 72 km in eight working hours a day and turned out one million meters of cloth a year.
Under the deep care of the Workers' Party of Korea, Ri Hwa Sun emerged as a winner of the Order of
Today, the DPRK people strive to follow the noble mental world and working trait of such pioneers in the Chollima age as Ri.