Spring Bud Girls Conduct Study Tour in Beijing

 May 2, 2024

Under the companionship of five "caring mothers," a group of 15 Spring Bud girls from Heze, in East China's Shandong Province, recently conducted a study tour in Beijing.

The study tour brought those Spring Bud girls and their companions to lots of popular tourist destinations, China Women's University, China National Children's Center, and China National Museum of Women and Children, leaving a beautiful impression on them.

Let's jointly review their happy moments during the study tour in the capital city.

A delegation of 15 Spring Bud girls from Heze, in East China's Shandong Province pose for a group photo at Tian'anmen Square during their study tour in Beijing. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls visit the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls take a nighttime travel in Liangmahe River. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls attend a painting activity. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls pay a visit to China Women's University. [CCTF]


Dressed in traditional Chinese clothes, Spring Bud girls visit the Temple of Heaven. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls do scientific experiments in the China National Children's Center. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls visit China National Museum of Women and Children. [CCTF]


Spring Bud girls have kept those unforgettable and beautiful memories in their heart to encourage themselves to strive for excellence and pursue personal dreams.

These photos have recorded the growth stories of the Spring Bud girls and the heartwarming time that they spent with their "caring mothers."

The "caring mothers" are not only guides for Spring Bud girls on their life journey but also companions who always listen to their voice and lend a helping hand to them.

A Spring Bud girl sends a sketch to a "caring mother" to express her gratitude on the eve of this year's Mother's Day. [CCTF]


It is hoped that the study tour in Beijing will leave a deep impression on the Spring Bud girls, encourage them to grow up confidently and give them strength to meet challenges ahead.


(Source: CCTF/Women of China)

Editor: Wang Shasha


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.