It's getting hotter! Come to enjoy the cool in air-raid shelters!
Remaking old materials by hand, making tulips with cloth and iron wire.
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- In the scorching summer day, if citizens go to heat-avoiding shelters, they will not only be able to listen to stories and learn hand-made artwork, but also obtain green plants with their spare clothes as exchange. It began in the hottest part of the summer on July 12. The first demonstration activity of the publicity campaign was held, which was themed "energy-saving holiday, enjoying cool air and whole family participation" jointly organized by the Chongqing Women's Federation and the Office of Civil Air Defense of Chongqing.
The 64-year-old Long aunt folded up her grandson's clothes and exchanged them for one lovely succulent plant. "The child grows fast, so lots of clothes are getting smaller. It's a good idea to exchanging clothes for a plant."
On the other side, parent-child manual experience of old materials is going on. Citizen Li Shufang was making tulips with worn cloth and iron wire with her 9-year-old granddaughter. In this year, more than 20 activities jointly organized by the Chongqing Women's Federation and 4 social organizations will be held, including parent-child reading, tea art class and a flea market.
At the scene, volunteer was sharing reading with children.