Children go through the process of planning, creating, practicing math, and dividing tasks. The stalls include food, drinks, items for use, decorations, and art categories. With teachers guiding them, step by step, children learn the saying: “No Pain No Gain”

During the event, there were also many second-hand items available, allowing both adults and children to leave with full hands.

Playing marble games to get ice cream also a big point for both adults and children. The most popular attraction was our balloon artist. This time, he brought very detailed balloons, making all parents willing to wait in line for their own balloon even after the event was over.

The money raised from this event will be donated to the Alliance for Children’s Welfare’s rural education project, helping more children with limited resources feel cared for on their learning journey.