Luan Yushuai: Beat the Rush

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Luan Yushuai is the fastest #deliveryman in his team. He is an outstanding marathon runner. He was one of the torchbearers in #Beijing2022 Winter Olympics. In April 2022, when Shanghai was hit by a surge of COVID-19 infections, he was, among some 5,000 couriers, dispatched to the city to help with logistic support. #Coronavirus

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