WeiMin vol.1no1 pg.11 Oct. 1971
“This summer, Wei Mm She sponsored a Summer Youth Program held at the
The youth program was divided into weekly topics. Things taught were: a balanced diet, plants, animals, and history about our forefathers in
Exercises, chinese folk dancing, fishing, and other educational games were very popular with the children. The general rule was that for the outings, there was one adult for every six children. We must admit that the grown-ups had just as .much fun as the children in those activities.
Surveys are now being passed out to the parents in order to know better what they want and feel is needed for their children. In the meantime, a children’s film program is planned for the weekends. This is to begin in October.
News about it will be listed at the