Today 7 volunteers joined the activity and one was absent. I really hoped no volunteers who applied for activities would be absent like in this case. Please ask the leaders of activities for leave by phone 3 hours ahead of the schedule unless there is an emergency.
Each of us could complete the task in time per activity. My main task was to guide people to get in and out through water-gate. I looked around in the middle of the gate. I thought it was the best way to cure cervical spondylosis.
Today there was a funny story. A young mother swept her card and then her son ran out of the water-gate at once. She was locked inside before she realized what had happened. And then she didn’t know how to come out and had to ask me for help. I guided her out of the water-gate from special way.
There was a large family coming out of the water-gate. Unfortunately a child was hit by the water-gate. The child’s grandpa was angry and beat it. I came to him and stopped him. He asked me how to deal with the matter because his grandson was hurt by the water-gate. I told him there was nothing wrong with the child and all of them have responsibility to look after the child. They said nothing and went away. In the activities though there were many visitors with different characters, and as volunteers, what we try to do is to provide them with good service.
Original article written by Bin Wang, translated by Ma Shishi, and edited by US intern Isabel Auyeung.
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