Photo Stories – Spring Semester 2017 – Wen County, Gansu Province
Big Brother Liu Feng from TCL was sharing his own experience growing up to the students of No.4 Middle School , Qiao Tou Town， Wen County.
The students of No.4 Middle School enjoyed the talk.
Big Sister Liu Hua from Chengdu told the children about Three Hearts: love, confidence and perseverance.
On the way to Qiao Tou Town.
All the Tomorrow Program students of No.4 Middle School live on the mountains far away from the city.
The student’s mother was talking about her family situation.
The house was very simple.
Comforting a student’s crying grandmother.
The Qiao Tou Town’s peach trees were blooming.c
The Qiao Tou Town’s peach trees were blooming.
Surprised to see a few blooming peach trees in the cold mountains.
The student’s father is working in Xinjiang。The student and the grandfather live at uncle’s house. We meet the grandfather on the road, and talked about the family’s situation.
Before the discussion, we answered some early arrived students’ questions.
Big Sister was explaining the importance of the practice exam book.
The students in the mountains were very innocent.
Big Brother was explaining the learning method to the students.
She stood up and shared one of her goals of this semester is to try to make her greatest effort to be the best of herself.
It’s great! Would you please read one more time slowly to let everyone copy it down and encourage each other?
Volunteers and part of the Tomorrow Program students took a photo at No.4 Middle School campus.
Mule is an indispensable transport hero in Gansu southern countrysides.
Looking for a child’s home.
This student’s family is also supporting a mentally challenged uncle.
The way to the Home Visit is a steep hill but we were still having fun.
The student’s mother lead us to see the tent where she lives with her daughter.
Single mother with a daughter lives in this relief tent for over a year now.
Their rented house collapsed due to a water pipe explosion. The student and her mother (the former) live in the tent with a little relief payment, The white hair man is the landlord.
The student’s mother passed away early. Her father works in his own small peach field to raise two daughters. He could not go to the city to work.
The house was simple but clean.
There was no extra class room available on Friday night. This was the first time we had discussion in an academic lecture hall of the First High School of Wen county.
The students of the First High School.
The student was answering Big Sister’s question.
Distributing the scholarship and asking every student to sign in the receipt book.
I’m glad we met again.
She said “Aunt Jane, the weather is unstable. Take care of yourself. Don’t get sick.”
One of the grade 10 students stayed after the meeting. He had a private question. He asked “I don’t have confidence. What should I do?”
During the next day discussion, we taught them how to build up confidence; how to solve various difficulties.
High school students were paying full attention to the lecture.
She said she’s an art/athletic student. She will go to other school for her senior year. She gave us a deep bow to thank us for helping her for two years. We were touched by her.
Four volunteers took a photo at school campus under the blooming cherry tree.