Longwan Caring Home is located in Dahua County, which was listed as one of the poorest counties in Guangxi Province. Longwan Caring Home is a big family consisting of orphans, single parents, and abandoned children. The normal expense of the Home is sustained by plantation, breeding, and small business.
Our children are all from the Dayao mountains and are very lacking in material comforts. They could not interact with the outside world. After coming to our home, there are often people of different areas, fields, and status who come and visit them. Each new person they meet and each new activity will give them a new perspective on life. This time, our visitors are under a similar circumstance as the children. They are older children from Huaen Children’s Village in Duan County. Some of the children asked, “Are they also orphans? Are their parents away working?”
Students and teachers from Duan Huaen Children’s Village. The village was built in 2008. The students from Huaen Children’s Village split the children up into two groups, pre-school and elementary school, to play games.
While the children played in the fields, we chatted with Director Gong and Teacher Liu of Huaen in our office. At the end of games, everyone gathered to sing and tell stories. Time passed by very fast. An afternoon of activities ended before everyone was satisfied. We welcome our friends from the children’s village to drop by again!
Original article written by Aihua Ban, translated and edited by Allison Zhang
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