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Children’s picture book exhibition kicks off at Bao’an Stadium
    2018-08-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A children’s picture book exhibition themed “Finding the Beauty of Shenzhen” kicked off at Bao’an Stadium on August 4, showcasing 88 children’s original picture books and more than 200 selected children’s painting works.

The exhibition was dedicated to the 40th anniversary of reform and opening up.

On the same day a project called “Care Space · 4 p.m. School” was inaugurated, which focuses on organizing colorful activities for children’s summer vacation.

The picture book authors, aged from 6 to 11, expressed their love for Shenzhen by painting the black-faced spoonbills, a rare bird species inhabiting the city.

Children’s works also feature the city and nature and these young artists were free to use any artistic medium including watercolor, colored pencils, marker pens, color powder and oil pastels.

Yang Zheng, founder of Wukexing Art Education, a painting education institution for kids, said that they had opened an art lesson featuring black-faced spoonbills, in which bird experts were invited to educate children on the knowledge about birds in Shenzhen and take children outside to get closer to nature.

The “Care Space · 4:30 p.m. School” opens from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. every Thursday of the second and third weeks of every month, providing services such as picture book reading, as well as art, creativity and parenting classes.

To date, nearly 100 “Care Space · 4 p.m. School” activities have covered communities, schools, industrial parks, stadiums and commercial complexes across the city to provide young emcee training, lessons for children’s quality development, psychological counseling, practical activities and more.

The project has delivered more than 100,000 offline services and opened over 100 public systematic educational courses.

A total of 43 online broadcasting rooms have been established in primary and secondary schools in seven cities all over China with nearly 100 top teachers from public schools. More than 300,000 teenagers have benefited from the project.

(Yang Mei, Zhang Lei)

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