Wu Chuan-ching, Vice Chairman of the Drilling Command Revolutionary Committee, is honored as a "driller of iron will" at the Taching Oilfield. China.
Wu Chuan-ching, Vice Chairman of the Drilling Command Revolutionary Committee, is honored as a "driller of iron will" at the Taching Oilfield.

Wu Chuan-ching, Vice Chairman of the Drilling Command Revolutionary Committee, is honored as a "driller of iron will" at the Taching Oilfield.

1960. The Taching Oilfield (now called Daqing) is the largest oilfield in the Peoples Republic of China and is located between the Songhua river and Nunjiang river in Heilongjiang province; it was discovered in 1959 and is now the fourth most productive oilfield in the world. Ca. 1960 b&w poster size photograph of Wu Chuan-ching, wearing helmet & drilling uniform, taken at the oilfield. With text in English and Chinese on the verso, describing Wu Chuan-ching's dedication: "Wu got wounded three times in protecting the state property and class brothers. After recovery, he persists in working together with his mates at the well site". 20 x 15 in. Slt ruffled at corners, o/w very good. Very good. Item #15110

HKD3500.

Price: $450.00

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