Xinhua in Hong Kong February 11 call (reporter Wu Zheng) more than 2,000 children on the 11th at Victoria Park in Hong Kong to participate in drawing competition for the Yushu in Qinghai Province after the earthquake reconstruction and education projects fund-raising.
“Chinese Children’s Week 2012 – Paint Big Dreams Drawing Competition” sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund, the Hong Kong Committee for the “ideal home” as the theme. From noon, the children gathered at the Central Lawn of Victoria Park, or the idea of sitting on the cloth, leaned on the cartons outline, or simply lying on the lawn, painted with bright colors for his ideal home.
The competition attracted a lot of the public gathered to watch. Judy Chen, President of the United Nations Children’s Fund, the Hong Kong Committee of Yushu in Qinghai Province earthquake and the situation after the earthquake, said: “The All money raised by the activities will be used to support the reconstruction and education projects in Yushu in Qinghai Province, to help local children and women rebuild their homes.
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dawn to participate in the opening ceremony of the game. He said, “Paint Big Dreams Drawing Competition” has been held for five years, participating children can draw a dream, but also personally involved in the donation, embodies the spirit of “children helping children” is very meaningful.
According to reports, the United Nations Children’s Fund since 1993, annually organized by the China Children’s Week activities, to raise funds to improve the lives of children in the Mainland project has a total of HK $ 93 million was raised. The competition for the reconstruction and education projects in Yushu in Qinghai Province after the earthquake raised more than 50 million Hong Kong dollars for charity, to train more teachers will be available for local water Town, to help more affected children back to school, while improving their ability to disaster.
painting channel. _ Xinhua