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Jin Lu, a seemingly gentle girl, was born in 1988 in Changchun. She used to be a teacher for pre-school students, but finding her job not that chanllenging, she changed a job. Guess what? She is a "zombie girl" now!

She works in a theme park in Changchun now with a spot called "Zombie Hospital", so she and some colleges would play some scary characters. To play her part as "zomboe girl" well, she has to wear "bloody" clothes, cover her head with bandage and hold a Chucky in her arm, just like that in the film where she sometimes seeks her inspiration. The "blood" is made by special red color paint and she has several tools to help play this character.

Her job is to scare people so that they can scream and release their pressure and get refreshed and relaxed. So even when they knew she is not real, she has to do something to scare them. Fortunately, she does quite a good job. Many of her customers were frightened to scream and went out excited and satisfied.

Though not supported by her parents, she loves the job and finds it rewarding. And she is happy that people are gradually recognising her.

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