Photo Stories – Spring Semester 2015 – Qingchuan County, Sichuan Province
This excellent standard student from Muyu Junior Middle School was accepted in advance by Qingchuan High School and Qingchuan First High School asked: "Which school should I choose? The rooster’s head or the phoenix’s tail?"
We presented the scholarship in an envelope to this 1st honor roll student from Muyu Junior Middle School.
The last eleven students in the 3rd junior high level from Muyu Junior Middle School will graduate soon, only one 2nd level student has difficulty is left behind; this student’s parents are both disabled, but we will still come next term to provide our love and scholarship to this impoverished student.
All of the students in the “Tomorrow Program” from Guanzhuang Junior Middle School will graduate soon: if they pass the entrance exam for the senior high school, we will continue to provide support for them until they graduate from the senior high school.
We clapped hands to take the oath that he will do his best to prepare for the high school entrance exam.
The Guanzhuang students were reluctant to say good bye.
The senior high students of Qingchuan High School.
One of the “Tomorrow Program’s” students graduated from the Qingchuan High School last year; returns to her own school as our volunteer.
Auntie Jian, this is my letter to you.
Wish you will be accepted by your dream university!
This student joined our “Tomorrow Program” family, through her teacher’s recommendation.
The 3rd level senior high student sobbed when reading a letter from a student of the Guangxi “Tomorrow Program”.
The volunteer is assessing the student scholarship application forms.
A good bye hug from a 3rd level senior high student.
A Chengdu volunteer made a special trip by car to visit the students in Qingchuan 1st High School.
We found this orphan in Qingchuan Vocational School and provided a scholarship to him. We have provided scholarships to him for the past five years.
This student from the 3rd level Qingchuan Senior High School wears the school uniform- Republic China’s clothing, very beautiful!
The two best “Tomorrow Program’s” senior 3rd level students from Qingchuan 1st High School; we were with them for six years, and they will soon spread their wings and fly high.
His question: How to distinguish between effort and struggle?
Auntie Jian, "I can’t control my emotions, what can I do?"
Student talked with Auntie He.
The three senior 2nd level students in Qingchuan 1st High School got the first honor scholarships, each donated RMB100 to the "Tomorrow Program", love is being continued to pass on ...
Talking to Auntie He about her dilemma.