Mr. Feng Ru was China's first airplane manufacturer and pilot, and died unexpectedly during an airplane show. I saw a friend introduced that Mr. Feng Ru’s tomb is the only one with photos in the entire Huanghuagang Park. After I paid homage to all the martyrs in Huanghuagang Park, I found it was indeed the case. Although Mr. Feng's tomb is in an unobtrusive corner, we will never forget his contribution to the cause of China's revolution and the cause of Chinese aviation.
A handsome young man with noble ambitions, blood and heart, staying forever
Mr. Feng Ru is good at studying. He worked as a handyman during the day and studied mechanics at night. He studied hard for several years. He was proficient in 36 mechanical principles. He invented water pumps, pile drivers, and made excellent radio transceivers. In 1903, after learning that the Wright brothers in the United States had invented the airplane, they foreseen the military value of the airplane and determined to devote themselves to the emerging aviation industry and serve the motherland.
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