Christian basketball player Jeremy Lin visited a migrant children's school funded by his charity project.
On December 9, in Beijing Dandelion School, he was grateful for the children who showed “positive energies” and the school’s endeavor for the disadvantaged.
Lin posted on China’s Twitter, Weibo, “This Tuesday I finally had the opportunity to visit the Dandelion School to know their help and influence for the migrant children through various ways. I’m truly honored! Those children are really positive. I was pretty impressed by the warm reception of the faculty and the dialogues between the children and their parents. I also saw the students funded by my charity project ‘The Three-Point Heart’ (donating 7,000 yuan once he succeeds a three-point shot). I’m very happy to meet them!”
“Around eighty percent of last year’s graduates have been admitted into high school, while the rest further their studies in vocational high schools. The Dandelion Middle School has provided them with a fairer and better learning environment with tremendous endeavors and work. It is really great! Come on, Dandelion!” he added.
The fans left their comments:
“Pass love on until it fills the world.”
“Awesome! God loves you.”
“A little love lights a dream.”
“The Dandelion School is the first middle school Beijing has established for migrant children, dedicating to solve their schooling issue. ”
- Translated by Karen Luo