In the 1970s, the World Food Program named Xihaigu region in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region as one of the world's "most unfit places for human settlement." In the 2000s, Wang Yueying left her life there to move to the eastern foothills of the Helan Mountains. Driven by the promise of a better future, she started at the bottom and then got into the business of grape planting. Now, she has contracted a vineyard and works as its manager. To the question "What makes a vineyard manager?" her answer is "Never give up despite the hardships."