Guangxi Women's Federation Organizes Young Staff to Walk into Community with Service

July 27, 2015
By Huang ZhenyiEditor: Hewater Liu
Guangxi Women's Federation Organizes Young Staff to Walk into Community with Service
Wu Xiaoli (L), vice-president of the Guangxi Women's Federation, speaks with local residents during an event held at Nanhu Community of Qingxiu District in Nanning, capital city of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on May 4, 2015 to provide local residents with consultation about domestic service, business start-up activities, protection of women's legal rights and interests, and family teaching, and to welcome the arrival of 96th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement. [Guangxi Women's Federation/Huang Zhenyi]

To welcome the arrival of 96th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement, young staff from the Guangxi Women's Federation and its affiliated bodies were headed by Wu Xiaoli, vice president of the federation, to pay a visit to the Nanhu Community of Qingxiu District in Nanning, capital city of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on May 4, 2015 and to provide local residents with consultation about domestic service, business start-up activities, protection of women's legal rights and interests, and family teaching.

During the event, attendees spoke with local dwellers about how to undertake business activities, how to protect their rights and interests with an emphasis on legal channel, and other common issues of public interest and concern.

Meanwhile, employees from the Adal Royal Ribbon Embroidery Co., Ltd. were also invited to lecture local citizens about the production of embroidery products. After the completion of training, local beneficiaries expressed their expectation that they would be generating income from their embroidery goods in the coming years.

According to the Guangxi Women's Federation, more similar events will be held in near future to further benefit the public and strengthen the competence of its staff.

The May Fourth Movement was an anti-imperialist, cultural, and political movement growing out of student demonstrations in Beijing on May 4, 1919, protesting the then–Chinese government's weak response to the Treaty of Versailles, especially in allowing Japan to receive territories in Shandong Province, which had been surrendered by Germany after the Siege of Tsingtao.

(Provided by the Guangxi Women's Federation/Huang Zhenyi)

Please understand that womenofchina.cn,a non-profit, information-communication website, cannot reach every writer before using articles and images. For copyright issues, please contact us by emailing: website@womenofchina.cn. The articles published and opinions expressed on this website represent the opinions of writers and are not necessarily shared by womenofchina.cn.


32.3K
Comments
Search
FOLLOW US: Facebook Twitter Sina Weibo Tencent Weibo
Newsletter
  • 台港澳婦女頻道
  • 12th National Women
  • Exchanges and Cooperations between ACWF and Countries along the Belt and Road
  • Five Years On: Boosting "She" Power, Promoting People-to-People Exchanges
  • Looking for the Most Beautiful Family