100 of Japan’s earthquake-affected children fly out for recuperation in Hainan
On August 1st, a chaptered plane carrying 100 children from affected areas by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 in Japan landed at Haikou Meilan International Airport, reports hndnews.com.
The 100 Japanese children, ranging in age from 7 to 16, are the first group invited to visit China. They will spend one week from August 1 to 5 for a recuperative vacation around the island.
Accompanied by 30 professional Japanese psychologists and interpreters, the children will visit museums, learn to make Chinese cakes and bamboo rice in the local ethnic group Li’s style, enjoy their performances and experience the local folk customs and culture.
A total of 500 children from the affected areas in Japan are invited to China for rehabilitation this year.
The invitation expresses the Chinese people’s deep affection for the Japanese people during the disasters of the tsunami and earthquake in northeastern Japan.
The itinerary has been arranged jointly by the National Tourism Administration and the Hainan Provincial Government to ensure that the children can fully rehabilitate themselves in a relaxed, easy atmosphere during their stay in Hainan.
Translated by WOS Team
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