Glimpse of incredible Chinese children
By Yan Yiqiao
People's Daily app
Zhu De'en, a nine-year-old solo trumpeter in Beijing, performed the classic song “My Motherland and Me” at the opening ceremony of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. (Compiled by Zhu Yinqgi and Guo Xiaolei)
Zhang Xiaoxiao, a primary school student in Henan Province, moved millions of Chinese netizens when she saved the shrimp from the school lunch for her mother.
Wang Hengyi, born in Shandong Province, nicknamed “Chinese small poetry boy”, could recite over 580 poems at the age of five.
Music enlightened the life of “leftover” girls in Daliangshan, Sichuan Province, after they formed “Niuniu Choir".
Ke Enya, a primary school student in Hubei Province, studied in a cramped corner at her parents' stall of a food market.
Yang Shuochen, a four-year-old boy in Shaanxi Province, got off his bike and saluted to the national flag during the National Day holiday in 2018.
Quan Hongchan, a 14-year-old diver born in Guangdong Province, snatched the women's 10m platform Olympic gold with the highest score in history at the Tokyo 2022 Summer Olympics.
Zhang Jiacheng, born in Guangdong Province, lost his arm at the age of five but never gave up his dream of becoming a basketball player.