Han Yingying’s sister Shanshan has been suffering from leukaemia since June 2017. Han gave up her opportunity to take the national post-graduate entrance examination and became a delivery worker after graduation because she said that she can have more time to take care of her sister. They went to college at the same time. This photo shows Han delivering food in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province on February 10, 2019. (Photos: VCG)
Due to the effect of chemotherapy, Shanshan gradually lost her sense of taste and even some sense of smell and touch. She had to cut off her long hair because of chemotherapy. This photo shows Shanshan in a hospital in Zhengzhou on November 9, 2018.
Han had planned to take the national post-graduate entrance examination. Shanshan's disease not only changed her own life, but Han's. This photo shows Han delivering food on the street of Zhengzhou on December 29, 2018.
Han made the decision to give up her opportunity to take the national post-graduate entrance examination because her family could not afford her sister's treatment. This photo shows Han taking care of her sister after work.
This photo shows Han taking an electric bicycle to deliver food on January 31, 2019. Electric bicycles are common transportation tools for delivery workers in China.
Each chemotherapy treatment is a "non-human torture" for Shanshan. Her treatment has cost more than 800,000 yuan so far and her family has long been in debt. There are still huge fees to come for her treatment. This photo shows Shanshan on a drip in the hospital.
This photo shows Han delivering food on February 10, 2019. (Compiled by Zhang Jian)