How can children know what is right if they haven’t been taught where the lines are? This post from LEAPAsia’s WeChat page advocates for school children in China by giving teachers/parents ideas about how to teach boundaries.
Harmony is an important value in Chinese culture. In this post from LEAPAsia’s blog in China, we use it to help make peace between parents/teachers and children.
Following up on the last few posts and the past week’s Sore Knees Challenge, today we begin a quest to learn what this means: “I love mercy not sacrifice.”
This is the last of four reposts from LEAPAsia’s social media page in China. We’re advocating for Chinese school children who we’ve come to see as slaves to the education system.
This post is the third of four reposts from LEAPAsia’s WeChat page where we are advocating for school children in China by giving advice to parents and teachers.
While we continue to take a break, here’s LEAPAsia’s second WeChat post. We’re advocating for school children in China by posting articles on social media with advice for teachers and parents.
We’re taking a break for a few weeks. In the meantime, we’ll be sharing a few posts from LEAPAsia’s WeChat—Chinese social media—page. Our purpose with these posts is to advocate for school children in China who we’ve come to see as slaves to the education system.