Haikou, November 14 (Xinhua) - Wang Chuanshu enjoys the door to door in its hometown to collect local agricultural products and help sell them through the Hangzhoujobs.com/view-blog/1404" target="_BLANK">electronic commerce platform .

The 42-year-old Wang of Changxi Village of Jiazi Township in Haikou, capital of the Hainan province of South China, has won the nickname "Rural Buyer" for his unique work.

People in Jiazi earn a living through rubber plantation, vegetable and fruits agriculture of sweet lime, cattle raising, among others . Previously, the locals like Wang could barely sell their agricultural products outside their hometown due to low performance and remote location in the region.

But, that's a thing from the past now, thanks to the rural vitalization efforts of China. The authorities have helped build an e-commerce bridge for local farmers to sell their agricultural products.

Fortune started smiling at the locals in 2018 when a poverty relief team configure an e-commerce platform and helped Wang sell sweet lime fruits through This platform.

"brought me an income from almost 6,000 yuan (around 941 US dollars) in just one month," Wang said. The result prompted your trust and was determined to expand the business. He also decided to share the sweetness of his success with his companions of him.

Wang was knocking down door to door and collecting product information in the town of him. He will mount his electric bike to visit local farmers and collect the products. From then on, he would sell them at a price a little higher through the local poverty website and the channels of social networks.

In 2019, the authorities established an e-commerce service station in Changxi Village to help build a bridge among local farmers and consumers in cities, and Wang was named chief of the station.

"Wang comes to buy beef meat almost every week, my products have come to places outside of Hainan," said Zhang Changtao, a local farmer .

Thanks to Wang's efforts, online business has expanded to the entire municipality of Jiazi, and more than 200 families have jumped into the car.

China has paid a lot of attention to rural vitalization in recent years. The Executive Meeting of the Council of State earlier this month adopted a plan to advance rural vitalization and rather rapid income growth of rural residents.

EN 2020, Changxi Village saw product revenues exceed 1.3 million yuan in online sales, with daily sales that hit 100,000 yuan at top, according to the local authorities.

Wang drawing inspiration, more and more local farmers are becoming "rural buyers". Chen Yumei was one of the suppliers of Wang, selling sweet lime fruits, crops and chicken.

Since last year, he has become a "rural buyer". "Local people are excited about the business, they always bring me agricultural products," Chen said.

Wang never stopped learning. He continues to enhance his knowledge of the Internet participating in training programs on electronic commerce and agricultural technology.

He is now struggling to explore new specialties in neighboring cities, and plan to forge cooperation with companies and supermarkets to "help more people achieve a common prosperity ". EndItem


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