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At a high altitude of 9,800 m

and a speed of over 800 km/h

suddenly there was a loud noise from the front of the plane

Chengdu Chengdu

My windshield is broken now

Half of his body was blown out of

the windshield

The flight attendant was pushing a service trolley

And then she flew up

My first thought was "It's over"

3U8633 Chengdu

3U8633 Chengdu

Sichuan Flight 3U8633, you are called by Chengdu

But I'll give it a try

Liu Chuanjian , Captain of Flight 3U8633 of Sichuan Airlines

On May 14th, 2018

he created a miracle in the history of civil aviation

All of your operations

You can recall all of them

Investigators found it incredible

If at that time you thought

there was no hope for the plane

what would you say to us passengers?

From May 14th, 2018 to today

what has he experienced?

And how does he start again?

When you held the control column of the plane again

how did you feel at that time?

Safety, life and responsibility

Obviously, it's different from before

What the word "passenger" means to you

is not quite like the past

It means differently

It feels like we are in connection

I think you should give a big hug

to the captain

From Ordinary to Extraordinary

The speaker for this episode

Liu Chuanjian

The speaker for this episode, Liu Chuanjian

Dear audience

You are now watching

Sa Beining Host

the first TV public lecture for youths in China, Voice

I am your host, Sa Beining

Welcome all

Today in Voice

we're going to discuss

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an important event happened in 2018

I'm going to show you some figures

Use #Voice# in Weibo to post your opinions and join in the discussion

An altitude of 9,800 m

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34 minutes

May 14th, 2018

These figures are linked together

as a miracle in the history of civil aviation

And our guest speaker today

is an important people

in this event

In the life-threatening situation

he dealt with the problem calmly and decisively

Let's welcome our guest speaker with applause

Captain of Flight 3U8633, Sichuan Airlines

Liu Chuanjian

Welcome

Hello, Mr. Sa

Hello, Captain Liu

Thank you very much

Please be seated

This is the most enthusiastic round of applause

I've heard

in Voice

Thank you

Thank you, Mr. Sa

But we also know that

after your successful diversion

on May 14th, 2018

you have spent half a year

to relax and recover

Yes

Mainly for my physical and mental health

These two aspects

Was it until November of last year

that you started flying again?

Yes

November 16th

I can remember the date clearly

Congratulations

After half a year

you steered the plane once again

How did you feel?

It felt very different

Before the "5.14" incident

I thought flying was

a career for me

Pretty ordinary

It was just my work

I did my work every day

so that I could ensure everyone's safety

But this time

when I sat on the captain's seat

I was shouldering greater responsibility

I had a deeper

understanding

of life

I think we should be more in awe of life

Did you fly yourself here today?

No, I did not fly the airplane today

Because of the uniform you wear

and the suitcase you carry

we thought you had just flown in

You stopped at the airport

parked the airplane

and came here to speak at Voice

You can guess

Reveal what's inside the captain's suitcase

You can guess

What's inside

the captain's suitcase

Use your imagination

Steering wheel?

Do you park your bike

and take off the wheel?

What else?

Charger

Power bank

Instant noodles

Now

it's time to reveal the secret

Come on

Now Captain Liu

please open your suitcase for us

Here's a Medical Certificate

a Pilot License

a certificate for the transportation of dangerous goods by air

and

a pilot's certificate of emergency survival training

Is it like the Joker?

And another important thing

What's this?

CAAC Crew Pass

Only with this

can you get on a plane

So you also have a "boarding pass"

Yes, I do

So that's what you

need to bring for your flight

Yes

These are the five certificates needed

This is called electronic flight bag

It's very important

We used to have a lot of books

stuffed in a case

about all procedures

related to flying

related to emergencies

Like a pilot's manual?

Yes

Yes

Now the books have been

completely digitized

Digitized

So it has become very simple

And one more thing that you're most curious about

the coolest

Sunglasses

Yes

You may think it is meant for captains to play cool

It's not

It's really not

Because the lights are strong in the air

and the cockpit is rather dark

If you need to adjust your view

from the outside to the inside

it may be uncomfortable

So with these sunglasses

you can adjust to these two environments

and ensure that the airplane is safe

Can we see you wearing this pair of sunglasses?

After talking a lot about the function of sunglasses

I still think it is meant to be cool

I know that on May 14th

the cockpit suddenly depressurized

Many instruments

stopped working all of a sudden

Yes

If the iPad broke down at that time

due to the change of environment

My iPad

just flew out

It's gone

I got this afterwards

So this is equipped afterwards

People in that area might feel weird

Just on the road and then...

So what did you do?

since at that moment you

didn't have the iPad

We were at a speed of over 800 km/h

So you had to react according to what's in your mind

Yes

Using what I had got

through practices and memory

to do what I should do

As a layman

I'm curious about what it says in your manual

about what to do

if the windshield falls off

Is this covered by the manual?

No

It isn't included

Not in the manual?

Yes

It is considered to be

an impossible situation

it's an extreme case

It has never happened before

and it won't happen again

There won't be a second time

But this time

our captain and crew members

created a miracle

Thank you again

Next

we will leave the stage to you

If you trust me

I can help you look after this case at the side of the stage

No problem

Thank you

Dear friends

Nice to meet you

I can stand on this stage

and talk to all of you

Liu Chuanjian Captain of Sichuan Airlines

is because of

the "5.14" incident

Otherwise

I'm still one of

the ordinary captains

who flies every day

from one place to another

More than 20 years ago

when I was a middle school student

my dream

was not to

become a pilot

But the flight school was recruiting

and they chose me

But once you

enter into the flight school

you will begin to realize that

you still need to face hardships and elimination process

Throughout my college years

70% of my peers were eliminated

Only about 30%

can actually become pilot

When we flew

there was a joke

among my classmates

We used to say that

"wake up in the morning

and work straight into the night"

It means from morning to night

we went through military and political training

physical training

academic courses

and flight techniques

Our training covered many aspects

for every day

If you don't work hard enough for just one day

we may not be classmates

after that day

Especially, when we were in the army

I remember we flew the training jets

and did all kinds of stunts

in the air

Many trainees

might choose to give up

on doing stunts

Why?

It was too risky

And then it was too difficult

The operation was very demanding

We would often fly for an hour

and came back

with legs shaking uncontrollably

We didn't really think about that much at the time

except for our love into flying

I just wanted to learn how to fly

and become a real pilot

I remember the first time I flew on myself

which was also my first time on a mission

After the mission

when I was about to land on the runway

Liu Chuanjian encountered his first flight emergency

the tower commander suddenly told me

to rise

go around

low pass

When I heard

this kind of orders

I was so confused

The commander told me that

my nose wheel wasn't placed properly

so I couldn't land

And then the tower instructed me

through the operations

But then, after one lap

two laps

three laps

I flied the whole six laps

which took about an hour and a half

And the oil was nearly used up

But the landing gear wasn't placed properly

The plane had to land

The commander gave me tips on the operations

And I reflected on my training before

and started to land

50 m above the ground

30 m

10 m

The main wheel touched the ground

But we didn't place the nose wheel correctly

Along with me on the jet were

a navigator

and a communicator

Then the commander told me

to hold the nose wheel in place

And I firmly

steered the plane

Finally the plane landed on the runway steadily

At that time, I could see clearly that

on both sides of the runway

the security staff

security vehicles

firetrucks and ambulances

had filled half of the runway

After this experience

I realized although we got

a lot of training in case of emergencies

and uncertainty

But in reality

emergencies are completely out of imagination

From then on

every time I check the plane

I will be more careful

Even if it's the tiniest problem

I would consult with

maintenance members for the plane

No mistake

can be made when you fly

You must perform each task

without any mistake

Liu Chuanjian : The first independent flight made him understand that flight attaches closely to life and responsibility

to insure safety

In 2006 I left the army

and was transferred to Sichuan Airlines

There were

a lot of difficulties

I had been used to manual airplanes

the traditional ones

But at Sichuan Airlines

my first flight was on an Airbus

It's very advanced

There were electronic equipment and computers

Many were

manufactured abroad

So they were all in English

including the operation manuals

that we were not familiar with

I remember once

the trainer taught a unit of practice to us

And then we

my colleague and I

could not understand at all

We were confused

The next day, the trainer asked us questions

We said we didn't understood

So the trainer taught us again

We both noted down the trainer's words

whether we could understand them or not

We just wrote everything down

In the evening

we worked together

to figure out what the trainer said

He said one thing

I said one thing

And we learned everything the next day

Regarding the "5.14" incident

I could see its coverage

online and in the media

The media were saying

"You are from the army"

"Maybe you have better flying skills"

Do army pilots have better flying skills than pilots in civil aviation?

Maybe those who are trained in civil aviation

can't make it?

Although I can't deny that

army experience helped hone my skills

and strengthen my discipline

and willpower

However, whether you're from the civil aviation

or the military

flying is still the same

its core will never change

What changes is the operation methods

related regulation

and technical procedures

As long as you can adjust to it

and you have enough knowledge on flying

enough skills

and enough practices

you will be able to make it

There is no shortcut for flying

It's accomplished

day by day

month by month

year by year

through plenty of practices

The route from Chongqing to Lhasa

I would fly this route

probably more than

100 times in a year

So I'm very familiar with

the procedures of this flight

the location of a specific time

and the details that require attention

I know them all by my heart

But every time I prepare for a flight

I act like it's still my first flight

I would be prepared for

Liu Chuanjian : Prepare each flight like it's my first one

any possible case in case of danger

It's just like what we often say

every flight seems to be the same

You fly the same type of aircraft

from A to B

Every day it's the same route

Actually, every day is a new day

On my planes

I may have 120 passengers today

and 150 tomorrow

It may be sunny today

It may rain tomorrow

The day after may be windy

I may have someone as my co-pilot today

and another one

for tomorrow

Everything is changing

So you have to grasp

what does not change

Liu Chuanjian : Flight situations are always changing and we have to grasp this change to ensure safety

Then you can become a real pilot

and ensure everyone's safety

In fact, everyone is ordinary

Just like me

Everyone in the audience may not even know me

without the "5.14" incident

Right?

So as long as

you take care of your own responsibilities

keep your feet on the ground

and finish your ordinary job

Liu Chuanjian : Excel in the ordinary and you would become extraordinary

then you would be ready

to become extraordinary

I am a captain

You can see I have four stripes

right?

The co-pilot has three stripes

I have one more

In addition to knowledge, techniques

and expertise

I also have an important thing: responsibility

Liu Chuanjian: Captain's four stripes Expertise Knowledge Techniques Responsibility

The day before May 14th

One of my colleagues and I

was asked a question

That was about

the escape rope in the cockpit

What is the length of that escape rope?

Because we were

on a flying mission

there was no time looking it up in the books

We didn't get the answer

I kept thinking about this

The next morning

the morning of May 14th

I thought of this

when flying in the morning

So I immediately look it up in the book

and got the answer

The length of the escape rope is 5.5 m

And at that moment, I grabbed my phone

to text a message to

my colleague flying with me the other day

"The length of escape ropes is 5.5 m"

This figure

may not have much to do with

our daily flying operation

But when a crisis hits

it may save your life

and the lives of many others

From the inception of airplanes

all the lessons and experience

have been obtained from air crashes

We, as crew members

have been fighting against flying accidents

Even for the slightest risk

as pilots

we need to devote everything

to eliminating it

We have learned a lot of knowledge

in our daily life

But we only use very little

in reality

Right?

Maybe we only use 10% of the knowledge in life

But the other 90%

What's that for?

It's used

when others have no solution

you can live up to the task

and make contribution

Before this

I had never thought life was so...

After the5.14incident

I think I have a deeper understanding

of life

Liu Chuanjian 's understanding of life after the diversion

Even though I'm only

a little older than you are

I think life

has a particular meaning

which is, to let others know your existence

If no one's aware of your existence

your life would be

meaningless

My most profound thought is that

many people think

people's bonds with each other

have been weakened as time goes

People are not trusting each other now

Really

When you accomplish something

there will be someone who care about you

For instance, after the "5.14" incident

I got home

My neighbors

who had been a mere acquaintance before

saw me

and kept saying

"Thank you very much"

"Thank you"

I've also got

many anonymous messages

on my phone

Really

You have to know

when many people care about you

you will feel very happy

As long as you make some contribution

to the community

everyone will notice that

and care about you

You would truly feel warm

Thank you

Thank you very much

Thank you very much

Thank you, please be seated

Now that you have landed safely

Yes

A captain suddenly

has to face such a large crowd

and give a speech

It's actually a very difficult thing

for the captain

So let's applaud for Captain Liu once again

I've also heard of a story

I hope to confirm it with you

I've heard that

before the "5.14" incident

you would often exercise

under extreme cases like oxygen deficiency

Something like this simulation training

It's not intentional

Not intentional?

Yes

I love swimming

Swimmers like to hold their breath, right?

And occasionally I'll practice that

So have you taken a test

to see how long you can hold your breath?

I remember the longest time

was about four minutes

Four minutes

I think your

unintentional physical training

may have helped you a lot

in this critical moment

Yes

Because under hypoxia

people's brain may not function normally

Yes

It will be hard to make right decisions

But it's said that after the incident

during the investigation

you could remember clearly

from the moment the windshield was broken

to the moment you began to land

All of your operations

You can recall all of them

Afterwards, the investigators thought it was incredible

Yes

That made the investigation rather easy

If I can't recall the figures

they would think I was guessing

Actually right after the incident happened

I didn't think it would be possible for me to make it

I just thought I'd try

to do what I needed to do

with my experience

And I got to make it

It is also because the plane performed well

I couldn't make it without its excellent performance

I heard there was a very important

turning point in this incident

When you knew the passengers were all safe

you became really excited

I wouldn't say excited

But I felt safe

The noises were so loud

You couldn't hear clearly

The plane was shaking tremendously

When my second captain came in

and gave a "OK" gesture

telling me that

passengers in the back were OK

the cabin was OK

Yes

I felt more determined

and had more confidence afterwards

I was thinking that

people in the back were fine

so I must do my best

to devote everything

before the plane crashes

before I become unconscious

I must try my best

to ensure everyone's safety

and keep myself safe

Right

Next it's time for

Interactive Q&A session

Your speech was broadcast

live through the CCTV website

in texts and pictures

And we have received questions from friends online

Here

Hi, Mr. Sa

Captain Liu

I want to know about

the one who was hang outside the plane

our co-pilot

How is he doing now?

How is his recovery?

My co-pilot has completely recovered

Netizens ask: how's the co-pilot of 3U8633 doing recently?

and has resumed flying

But he was actually in more critical conditions

because we saw reports which said

half of his body was

blown out of the windshield

Yes

If the side windows broke

then he would be blown out of those windows

and he wouldn't survive

Because of the wind

Yes

It was blowing backward

so it would be stronger

Yes

Luckily, the window broken was the front one

After he was blown out

the wind was blowing into the plane

So he could come back inside by the wind

At that time

he was injured severely

He had a cut on his face

And his arms were bleeding

We didn't even have time for caring him

because we needed to steer the plane

When you come back to Chengdu

you must deliver the blessing and respect

of the audience here

to the co-pilot

Thank you

Now the audience here

has also written down many questions

The first question really resonates with me

The food of Sichuan Airlines is delicious

Sichuan Airlines' food

is famous online

Yes

We pay a lot of attention to this

But why are there always passengers complaining

about bad food on the airplanes?

The questions from the audiences: Why does the food on the airplanes taste bad?

In fact

air plane food

have to be made in large quantity

Because we have to satisfy so many passengers

So the food production is highly industrialized

Yes

It's highly automated

So that the taste of food would be consistent

especially for Chinese food

It's different from western food

Many western dishes are cold

right?

So they don't need to heat the food

And in terms of flavor

they wouldn't change much

I know that the crew members eat as well

Sometimes they deliver meals for the captain

in the cockpit

Yes

Are you having the same meal as the passengers?

No

As for the crew food

I've had too many times

They're not as tasty as those of the passengers

So you may always switch to the passengers' food?

The rule forbids this, actually

We have a rule

that is applied to the whole crew

The rule is about our eating order

If the food isn't fresh

Yes

Like diarrhea

If two members have diarrhea at the same time

What should we do?

Right?

So that's the reason!

Yes

So in terms of food

the crew needs to abide by certain regulations

Do you feel that

when Captain Liu is talking about

airplane food

he's really professional

I need to share something with you

You may not know that

Captain Liu is a good chef in real life

I actually do cook occasionally

You know

I'm from Chongqing

We love to enjoy food

so we have to prepare the food by ourselves

By yourselves

Yes

Another important reason is that

Forget it

I'm already nervous here

More

What?

Henpecked

That's not the appropriate term for this

In Chongqing, we call that "hold one's ears"

Yeah

That's just a joke

Actually, because we fly a lot

we're often away from home

We don't often get together with the family

If I have the time

I cook dinner for the family

and enjoy dinner with them together

That's really fulfilling

Now let's ask the six youth representatives

What do you feel after hearing the speech?

Please share them with the captain

Who wants come first?

Ok

Wang Wei

Hi, everybody

My name is Wang Wei

Before I ask the captain

may I ask Mr. Sa a question first?

Before taking off

there's a video demonstrating safety procedure

Do you remember what it says?

Well, I can basically recall it

Really?

Everybody thinks that emergencies

are far away

and are barely possible to happen to ourselves

I used to think so too

until this incident

I was one of the

passengers on that plane

I must first

say thanks to Captain Liu

I think you should give a big hug

to the captain

Seriously

Can I do that?

Come

From May 14th to today

this is the first time you've seen the captain

face to face, right?

Yes

This is the first time

I've always wanted to see him

but never got the chance

I think Captain Liu

is the most important person for me

except for my parents

He gave me a second life

At that time

I was with my boyfriend

We were going to Namtso in Tibet to see the starry sky

So we took the flight

which took off early in the morning

When the plane was

above snowy mountains

all of a sudden

there was a loud noise from the front

All the lights went dim

and then the oxygen masks fell off

The alarm went off

I didn't know what was going on

I couldn't think or react at all

And then

I saw the flight attendant pushing the service trolley

and then she flew up

Why did she fly up?

Yes

She was

The plane was trembling dramatically

So she flew to the air

Yes

She grabbed the back of a chair

but her body flew

Maybe the plane

was

descending quickly?

That could be

She was

in a sudden weightlessness

Yes

Yes

The service trolley weighted about 75 kg

And then one of the flight attendants

was hit by the service trolley

I felt like

I was on a roller coaster

But it was 10,000 times stronger

My ears felt like

they were pierced by needles

And my heart didn't feel well

My boyfriend was next to me

so he held me tightly

and told me not to be afraid

He said he was there

Is he the one

whose name is on the boarding pass?

Yes

Yes

Zhou Jianqiang

Yes

He's strong

Maybe I didn't have time to be afraid

When we were falling

no one spoke

But I could hear someone cry

Except for this

there were only flight attendants in the cabin

comforting us

saying they were capable and confident

of our safe landing

They helped us put on the oxygen masks

and fasten the seat belts

That must be the most

comforting words you've ever heard

Capable and confident

Yes

But I was still worried

so I want to ask Captain Liu

If you really thought

the plane was hopeless

what would you say to us passengers?

Nothing, actually

Really

The noise was too loud

He couldn't even speak

to his crew

No way to communicate.

It was full of noise

At a speed of 800 km/h, with the wind noise

and I had to steer the plane

I could not say anything at that time

Captain Liu, I believe that

you didn't think about giving up

No

The first thing on my mind was that

"It's over"

You mean the moment the glass was shattered?

Right

At that moment

seeing the state of the plane

I thought it was hopeless

but I still gave it a shot

The is basically a miracle

You also said that there won't be anything like this

I'm sure

there won't be such incidents

Now, we are

sort of traumatized by planes

We try to avoid taking planes

This time you come to Beijing

Yes

It's our first time on a plane

since that incident

Congratulations on boarding again!

You're three months later than the captain

Where's your boyfriend?

He's with me here

Is he here?

In this room?

Where?

He's here

Hi, everybody

I'm Wang Wei's boyfriend.

I was supposed to be sitting

in her seat today

But the directing team preferred her

So here I am

So she was supposed to accompany you?

Yes

Yes

Wang Wei was asked to be there by the directors?

Yes

Because my girlfriend is so pretty and kind

sweet and poised

After this incident

I still went to Namtso with her

We saw the most beautiful stars

and had great fun

So you two have really

experienced a lot

while other couples may have ordinary life

But you have been through death and life together

You should treasure this

Treasure this

Although we have been through this

we're really grateful for you

for your not giving up on us

not giving up on the plane

not giving up on me

That's my job

We want to know about another thing

that is, how to avoid

Youth asks: how to avoid similar aviation incidents?

similar incidents in the future?

Safety is everyone's concern now

Relatively speaking

planes are pretty safe now

Civil aviation in China is

one of the safest transportation in the world

So you can rest assured

But in your speech

even in the Q&A session

you said many times with confidence

that this would never happen again

What are the measures

giving you such confidence

that similar issues

would not occur again?

From the inception of airplanes

safety has been on the mind of

the flight crew and aircraft manufacturers

Because after every accident

or behind every unsafe factor

improvements would be made

to overcome the problem

So that's why I'm sure

it would never happen again

OK

Thanks

Next

Hi, Mr. Sa

Captain Liu

My name is Jia Chen

I'm from School of flight

of Beihang University

When I entered the School of flight

I heard a saying

that once you are handed the uniform

you are to devote your whole life to the sky

For every pilot

the moment of being handed the uniform

is the most important moment in life

But I think, in your mind

the moment when you were handled the uniform

may be less important

than the moment

when you handled this situation

Youth asks: How did you feel when you were handled the uniform after going around?

In fact, after the accident

when preparing to go around

we've done a lot of work

including physical

and mental work

That's one of our biggest concerns

And then we had all kinds of training

and reacquired some certificates

You need to acquire the certificate again?

Yes

Because you have stopped flying for half of a year

Yes

So when I got the chance to fly again

the day when I got to the bottom of the plane

I felt a sense of familiarity

and on the other hand

I was shouldering more things

like safety, life and responsibility

They jumped out of my head at this time

I was very conscious of this

We had felt before that

those behind me were normal passengers

but through this incident

I felt that every time, at the back of my plane

I'm carrying different passengers

They trust me a lot

So I must be responsible for them

The word "passenger"

for you

is no longer like before

when they board the plane and you close the door

This is not the same concept anymore

They have become more personal

It feels like...

Yes

I've never felt this sense of connection before

This connection

was established

after this incident

Thanks, Mr. Sa

Thanks, Captain Liu

Next representative

Hi, Captain Liu

Mr. Sa

My name is Gao Mengni

I'm a commando special police

After hearing Captain Liu's story

I find that I have many

same feelings as him

As a special police

I have my favorite thing in this profession

I love shooting

In my first shooting

I had five shots

at a 15-meter distance

I got no score

All of them were off target

All of them

No score

Where were the bullets?

I didn't know as well

I didn't find them afterwards

Yes

Your colleagues around

If I could find even one bullet hole

I would feel comforted

But after that

I spent six to seven years practicing

I was very serious

about every shooting practice

When I didn't have a class

I would audit others' classes

After finishing my own training

I went to see other people's training

and learned from them

Finally, this passion

became my specialty

In November of last year

I was in

the 2nd World Police Service Pistol Shooting Championship

I was the highest ranked female individual competitor

the world champion

So we are all in the process

of fulfilling the responsibility

which we think

is just a normal process

Because of an event

or an emergency

we become the extraordinary ones

But this also

comes with other things

such as public opinions

unexpected awards and honors

Did these things bring disturbance to you?

Youth asks: How to deal with unexpected awards and honors?

Certainly

Often, when I went to some places

someone would come out and say

Captain

Let's take a picture

In fact, I think

on the one hand

it's like

treating you as a hero

You're treated as a hero

But

on the other hand

you shouldn't

see yourself as that important

thinking too much

or attach too much significance

I think it's important

to deal with honors appropriately

Just like what I did before

Fly as usual

Go to work as usual

Honor is temporary

Your life is what matters

Everything would go back to the ordinary state eventually

Honor

or attention

If you deal with it properly

it would become an incentive

But if they're not properly dealt with

they may become a liability

Yes

Next representative

Feng Huo

Feng Di

Sorry

I'm getting older, so are my eyes

I thought that was Feng Huo

I'm Feng Di

I'm an engineering working on

self-driving cars

Artificial intelligence

is gaining popularity

in cars and planes

In fact, the popularity has greatly spread

It has even influenced movies

such as Moss in Wandering Earth

and Jarvis in Iron Man

So Captain Liu

as a pilot who

has worked with aircraft for a long time

have you ever got bored

on the plane?

Perhaps you would like to have

a Moss

or a Jarvis of your own?

Have you ever gotten bored

on the plane?

Do you want

something like Moss

or Jarvis

to tell jokes to entertain you?

He has the co-pilot

Actually, during a flight

things can be quite interesting

There's hardly boring moment

Yes

It's hardly boring

Because on the plane

we face the dashboards

during the flight

But that sounds boring

The dashboards require

my constant attention

Even if it is the slightest change

we needs to deal with it immediately

Maybe we can relax a little

when we are cruising

We can relax while

observing the dashboards

and aircraft operation

So it's nothing like

what the passengers imagine

Once the autopilot is on

the captain and the co-pilot

put the iPads in front

and start watching TV series

That's definitely not OK

That's not true

It's nothing like a joke

Maybe you imagine that

after I take off

I just turn on autopilot

It doesn't require my attention

I can rest

I even saw the news

that foreign pilots overslept

and went some extra miles

That's a violation, right?

He is blind to the lives

of our passengers

Because any slight change

can lead to unimaginable outcomes

So on the plane, your responsibility

is to detect even

the smallest possibility

The sooner you spot it

the sooner you can solve the problem

Thank you

Having you here today

actually gives me a feeling

Your name is Liu Chuanjian

But after May 14th

many people call you "Legend Liu"

That's a compliment

But legend is by no means a random creation

It's through years of practices

and experience

along with

a strong sense of responsibility in the moment

The mentality and capability

are indispensable

That's how a legend is born

But I think behind this legend

we have something more

to learn from Captain Liu

After hearing your speech

and meeting Wang Wei and Zhou Jianqiang

I suddenly recall

what you said

before today's speech

You have understood the meaning of life

and learned to respect a profession

and to take responsibility to ensure the safety of others

That's very noble

So I'm thinking about you young people

This may be a gift

from the universe

Because we didn't experience it

and we can't share your feelings

But you have the feeling

You can have a profound understanding of

the meaning behind your life

given by the universe

How can we live each day without wasting time

especially for the rest of your life after the crisis

to make life more meaningful

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And for those who doesn't have that experience

perhaps from today on

you can take a second look at life's meaning

and our future

Use #Voice# in Weibo to post your opinions and join in the discussion

Maybe that's the most powerful piece of wealth

that the captain brought us

Again let's applaud

for Captain Liu Chuanjian and all the crew members

Thank you

Thank you, Mr. Sa

Thanks to everyone here

I hope you cherish your life

Thanks for watching this episode of Voice

See you next episode

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