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Suzhou campus student society help migrant workers' children


November, 23 members of the Hope student society on SKEMA’s Suzhou campus met school children and teachers in the Suzhou Xinxu primary school near Dayang mountain for an unforgettable warm-hearted and colourful meeting.

The “SKEMA day” programme included various activities: ball games, a bead workshop making bracelets and necklaces and even an English lesson. The children were delighted and to end the day well, the students gave each child a necklace.

Hope is the biggest society on SKEMA’s Suzhou campus. It aims to help children of migrant workers by voluntary actions on the campus and in the schools where the children are placed. Hope organises activities to fund its actions – this was the case for the visit to the primary school where the association organised numerous events in Suzhou throughout the semester. Members of Hope come from different countries but share the same objective: they are committed to building a better world that is meaningful for everyone.

What better way to symbolise the society’s hope for the future than a group of smiling children? 

For more information, contact Yang Huiting, president of Hope Suzhou

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