Yu's efforts have earned him the nickname "Messenger of Light", and he is determined to continue his charitable works.Beijing resident Wang Qiang was happy when he finally found a satisfactory summer camp for his 7-year-old daughter.
When she finally retired, Jiang remained the busy, loving parent, always there to help her grown children. But a car crash changed her life.
(Xinhua) Updated: 2016-09-11 07:59Li Tiejun, a father in Luzhou, Sichuan province, teaches his daughter Li Jingci, 20, how to paint on Aug 17, 2016. [Photo/IC]
She started by raising ,000 that managed to pay the tuition fees of 150 elementary school girls, and 24 first-year university students.Instead, they'll produce traditional Wuhan snacks, such as milk cakes, sesame pastries and sour cream.
Li Ran, a primary school teacher from Beijing, said that parents sent their children to training classes in the hope of making them more competitive in exams or purely out of vanity, but that may stifle the children's own interests and make them averse to such training sessions.Chen’s voice raised one of the major problems in Chinese cities’ development – the unchecked and fast rising amount of garbage which threatens the environment and human life.