|Liao Hui plays dominoes. [wenming.cn]|
Liao Hui, a community-based volunteer in Guangzhou city, in South China's Guangdong Province, has been providing public services for 18 years by using the tile-based game dominoes as a way to educate local children.
Dominoes can stimulate children's interests and improve their sense of responsibility, concentration, creativity, physical coordination and team spirit, says Liao.
She has organized nearly 400 activities based on the game, and engaged more than 50,000 participants since she started.
As the leader of a team from Guangzhou Volunteer Association, Liao has adeveloped a platform where children in need can get assistance and volunteers can sign up to help.
Volunteers in Liao's team are specialists in psychological education and communication, and have experience developing educational activities and counseling sessions.
Her parent-child activities are based on the theme of "happy growth plus psychological help", according to Liao.
|A child plays dominoes. [wenming.cn]|
|Children use dominoes as part of a creative activity. [wenming.cn]|
(Source: wenming.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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