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Chinese President Hu greets children, visits kindergarten in Hubei

06-01-2011 14:28 BJT Special Report:Happy Children’s Day |

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Chinese President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children. During an inspection tour in Central China's Hubei Province, he visited students and teachers at a kindergarten in Shiyan city on the eve of International Children's Day.

Liulin kindergarten is welcoming a special guest.

Hello, Grandpa Hu!

Hello, kids!

Do you know what festival is tomorrow?

Yes. Children's Day!

Children started making paper flowers, drawing masks and making puppets. The President joined in the fun.

He tried his hand at making a flower. The paper is pleated, and then tied securely.

A special wall is at the back of the classroom, with all the kids' smiling faces. President Hu contributed the red paper flower and wrote wishes for the children, then everyone read them out loud.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

"Live a happy life and grow healthily"

The President next joined the kids in the games room. The boys and girls had fun with their special guest.

In a music classroom, children sang songs to welcome their own day. Not content with just watching, President Hu joined them in singing the well-known children't song, "Looking for a Friend".

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu said, "Tomorrow is International Children's Day, it's your festival. I've come here to see you, and wish you all and the kids all over the country a happy festival."

Hu Jintao thanked the school teachers for their hard work.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

He said he hoped all teachers would care for and teach children with their love and work to ensure they have happy childhoods.

The President also asked officials to increase financial support to preschool education to ensure all school age children have quality educational services.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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