A woman who became China's first female tractor driver, and eventually a national icon, has died at the age of 90.
In 1948, Liang Jun became the only female in China to take up the job, when she enrolled in a training class for tractor drivers.
More than a decade later, an image of her proudly driving a tractor was featured on China's one-yuan banknote.
"No-one could drive as well as me," she had said in an earlier interview. "I have no regrets in this life."
Liang Jun was born in 1930 to a poor family in China's remote Heilongjiang province.
She spent most of her early years helping out at a farm as well as studying in a rural school.
In 1948, when a local school opened up a course to train tractor drivers, she seized her chance.
According to local media, there were 70 students in the class - with Liang Jun being the only woman. She eventually completed her training and became the country's first female tractor driver.
A year later, communist leader Mao Zedong announced the creation of the People's Republic of China.