Study on Time Value of Ironman Spirit

Jian LI, Bin ZHANG

Abstract


Ironman Spirit, which came into being in the process of the foundation and construction of Daqing Oil Field, created many shocking miracles, gained great honor for our country and Daqing Oil Field. It is the general summary of the venerable thought and good virtue of Wang Jinxi, and also the spiritual outlook of oil workers in our country. Therefore, Ironman Spirit is not only the shadow of a time, but also the spiritual outlook of a nation and a country, which praises the Chinese spirit of endless struggle. This paper discusses function of Ironman Spirit in construction of Daqing Oil Field; Ironman Spirit keeps pace with the times; Ironman spirit develops with the times; lasting vitality of Ironman spirit etc. It points out Daqing is trying to transmit the power of Ironman Spirit and make it have a marvelous influence. Ironman Spirit is a power that can produce mass economical value, which comes from the inflexible pursuit for the national career of oil. Ironman Spirit has already become a brand of Daqing and a glorious flag which can achieve its immortal value. Ironman Spirit is the precious spiritual wealth, political capital and cultural resource of the communists and the people. Daqing and Ironman Spirit have a great influence on the construction of socialistic core value system in the new historical period and improve the socialistic economical construction which has leading effect on the new challenges in the new battle for science in the new historical condition.The reason why Ironman Spirit has been able to have such a lasting and strong vitality, charisma and influence, is that it has a rich cultural heritage and cultural roots.


Keywords


Time value; Ironman spirit; Going out

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4495

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