Ke Enya takes online classes using a new desk donated by concerned netizens on May 15 in Central China's Hubei Province. (Photos: VCG)
For Ke Enya, a 7-year-old girl from Yichang city, Hubei Province, the International Day of Families on May 15 was a day of love and care. With the help of warmhearted citizens, the little girl’s learning environment in her parents’ small braised food stand was upgraded with a new desk, new router, and new laptop.
Before that, she was taking online classes in her parents’ shop under a cutting board counter, where the space was so narrow that many people were worried that she might hit her head.
Ke Enya takes online classes using a new desk donated by concerned netizens on May 15 in Central China's Hubei Province.
Her school, like many others across the country, chose to run online courses in lieu of in-class education amid the outbreak of the coronavirus. Since her parents reopened their business on April 3, the first grader has been taking online classes as all kinds of braised dishes are prepared and sold around her.
In order to help her daughter take online courses, Enya's mother, Zhao Weiwei has made full preparations before: she switched to a larger data package, bought two desk lamps, chose a laptop with a larger screen and vacated more space under the cutting board.
The hardworking girl has been widely praised by concerned netizens, who left many uplifting comments wishing her a good future.
(Compiled by Du Xiaoying)