April 16, 2012
I went to Jatson last summer as volunteer, teaching English, Math, and Arts. Children in Jatson Chumig are so lovable. I was greeted by dances and songs every morning. Jatson's children lived together like brothers and sisters, helping each other and take care of each other. Their hearts are as beautiful and crystal as the clear blue sky of Tibet. I met some children who are physically challenged....but have very positive and strong will to overcome difficulties. It was a very touching moment when I saw one little boy (lost his right hand) insisted in doing his stuff without my help, and smiled back to me when he succeeded. The day I left campus, I burst into tears, when a little child who could draw and write beautifully, gave me a picture with my smiling face and a sentence "teacher, thank you for your warm smile to me". I missed the children very much. I gain more than I gave during the life-changing volunteering in Jatson.
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