Chi Ossé: Helping Out at the Dandelion School

When I went to China for spring break, we went to a school in Beijing where children of migrant workers would attend. The school was small and in a very remote place within the city. When all of us went there we all had different tasks to do with the children. We played games, taught them some English phrases, and showed them music from our country. It was really nice because by the end of the day the children basically fell in love with us. We formed a connection with each other and I realized that service brings people together. We also did some chores there too to help out around the school.

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