Since 2003, OCEF(Overseas China Education Foundation) and EEP (Enlightenment Education Project) have a collaboration project to build schools in rural China (in Sichuan, Guizhou and Guangxi). In October 2003, I joined a group of EEP volunteers for a school
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(Enlightenment Education Project) have a collaboration project to
build schools in rural China (in Sichuan, Guizhou and Guangxi). In
October 2003, I joined a group of EEP volunteers for a school
inspection trip. All volunteers paid for the trip cost themselves.
selfless role model promoted by the government in early 60s.
A relic of time one does not see any more in big cities.
The muddy road leading to Feng–a
a school we were going to
visit. A group of kids
passed us quickly, chasing
each other and running with
hearty laughers. Sorry, at the
moment I was too busy
keeping balance for myself
to take a picture.
about 80 kids, divided to three grades and taught by two teachers.
Both teachers have been teaching there for almost 30 years and are
approaching retirement age. They are concerned if there will new
teachers to continue their work.