Compassion Nayong Public Welfare is based on Nayong, a poverty-stricken area in Guizhou Province. Taking the network as the platform, it carries out various public welfare activities to aid education.
When Chen Qingqing was a baby, she lost her hearing due to a high fever. She lives in a mute world. Her friends did not want to play with her. She was only accompanied by loneliness and feelings of inferiority.
She wrote in her diary, “I want to be the same as other children who go to school with schoolbags and new clothes. I was refused by school, because I cannot hear. When I saw other children going and coming back from school, I couldn't help but weep. Seeing this, my parents were in so much pain.”
When she was 8, suddenly everything changed. The sky became blue and the sun became bright. Hearing that Nayong admits children with disabilities, her parents sent her to the school without any hesitation. She came to school and saw many children who live in a mute world as well. They all can share common ground. Qingqing now thought of her life without as much insecurity. A new life began. Under the care and tutoring of her teachers, Qingqing felt love and became confident. From grade 1 on, she displayed an excellent performance. She was elected as a study leader of the class. She is a good student and performs at the top of the class.
Now she works even harder. At school, Qingqing loves her classes and cares about each of her classmates. She loves to serve her classmates. She wants to influence other students with her behavior. She is also a capable assistant to the teachers. She participates in various activities, such as classroom cleaning, blackboard poster contests, painting, etc. All the teachers were moved by her hardworking and persistence.
“No pain, no gain”. Her work was rewarded. No matter how hard the growing up process can be, we still can see the rainbow at the end. Though she is disabled, her enthusiasm for life will never be changed.
Original article written by Jiaxing Li, translated by Maggie Li and edited by Yanyan Zhang
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