Protecting Children on the Internet with No One Left Behind
There are 183 million underage internet users in China, and over one-third of primary school students start using the internet before school age. With the development of the digital age, the age at which children first access the internet is becoming younger and younger. At the same time, cyberbullying is spreading in children's world, and the spread of the internet is rapid and widespread. Harmful information is difficult to completely delete, and it follows children like a shadow, leaving them in the shadow of depression, loneliness, anxiety, and inferiority for a long time. Their study and physical health will be affected, and the harm of online bullying is serious and profound.
The protection of online children should be a responsibility shared by multiple parties. Cooperation between parents, schools, government, law enforcement agencies, civil society organizations, and the private sector is crucial. We call on charitable organizations to serve as a supplement between the government and families, and to quickly establish online public welfare projects to protect children, ensuring the healthy growth of our children and not leaving anyone behind.
Fully Utilize the Power of Family and Society
to Promote the Development right of Autistic Youth
Youth is the future and hope of our country. The development right of autistic youth has always been highly valued by our society. Since its establishment in 2014, our Foundation has always cared for the autism community. For autistic youth, we fully leverage the power of their families and society. Through musical therapy, on one hand, we help them relax, inspire, motivate, and self-recover. On the other hand, we teach them to play simple musical instruments. Through holding performance, we showcase their musical talents and spirit of self-improvement.
For example, the "Universal Love Sunshine Ant Band" formed by autistic parents has tailored and created selected tracks based on the different instruments and abilities loved by autistic youth. They have been taught to rehearse repeatedly and have been able to play dozens of famous Chinese and foreign songs so far.
In addition, the Beijing Yanyangtian Art Troupe has conducted a free music classroom for autistic youth helping them learn African drums and other skills. Practice has shown that their emotional, language, and behavioral abilities have improved
In short, discovering and stimulating the musical talent of autistic youth can demonstrate their passion and desire for a better life.