China Honors Individuals Contributing Notably to Family Education

December 25, 2017  Editor: Jane Wang
China Honors Individuals Contributing Notably to Family Education

Attendees at the awards ceremony [China Family Education Society]

 

An awards ceremony hosted by the China Family Education Society (CFES) to honor individuals who have made notable contributions to the development of family education in China took place in Beijing on December 20.

Shen Yueyue, vice-president of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and president of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF), attended the activity and presented awards to the winners.

Accordingly, the recommendation activity of the 100 Public-Minded Figures in Family Education in China launched in September this year.

Organizers announced the lists of winners of Top 10 Public Welfare Figures in Family Education in China, 100 Public-Minded Figures in Family Education in China and 20 nominatees.

The honorees are those who have devoted themselves to promoting family education; experts and scholars who have been engaged in research on family education theory and practice; volunteers who have offered services for parents and children for many years; media workers who are enthusiastic about the promotion of family education; entrepreneurs who have fulfilled their social responsibilities to support family education-related charitable activities; and, parents who have educated their children in a proper way.

The Top 10 Public Welfare Figures in Family Education are:

Zhu Liping, director of the Shanghai Center for Women and Children's Health

Liu Pengzhi, principal of the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China

Yang Yongmei, editor-in-chief of Family Education Weekly Magazine

Song Zhenghuan, president of Good Baby, a children's supplies company

Lu Shizhen, professor of China Youth University of Political Studies

Zheng Wei, deputy-secretary of the Anhui University Committee of the Communist Youth League of China

Huang Xiaolei, general manager of a Beijing-based film and television production company

Cui Tianling, former director of the Department for Children's Healthcare of Daqing's People's Hospital in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province

Fu Guoliang, deputy-director of the Standing Committee for the Wellbeing of Youth of the Ministry of Education

Ju Ping, host of China Central Television (CCTV) Children's Channel

 

China Honors Individuals Contributing Notably to Family Education

ACWF officials at the activity [China Family Education Society]

China Honors Individuals Contributing Notably to Family Education

TV host Ju Ping (R) speaks at the activity. [China Family Education Society]

(Source: China Family Education Society/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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