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First Courses of “Si Li Ji Ren” and “Health Philosophy” Launched for 2013 Ya’an Nursing Class
Release Time: 2014-05-26

From 23 to 24 May, staff representatives from Si Li Ji Ren Foundation delivered first classes of culture and health philosophy to students of the 2013 Ya’an Nursing Class in Ya’an, Sichuan.

In the afternoon of 23 May, staff representatives communicated with 25 students of the 2013 Ya’an Nursing Class face to face. In the sharing session, students’ puzzles about study, life and growth were discovered through communications with students and teachers by thinking from their perspectives and caring about their feelings. Referring to these perplexities, staff representatives shared experience with these students and encouraged them to keep positive attitude to life and walking on the right track, by integrating examples into individual experience and understanding of life. The sharing session for staff to extricate students from confusions not only benefits the growth of students but also propel staff’s self-appreciation, to perceive connotation of responsibility and sensation of maturity.

Staff representatives of Infinitus having a face-to-face communication with the students before class

On 24 May, concerning students’ puzzles the 2013 Ya’an Nursing Class delivered the “Si Li Ji Ren” and “Health Philosophy” classes. The practical and explicable lectures instilled students with correct axiology and premium Chinese culture and health regimen. Such reflects that the creativity and carefulness of the Foundation to exert advantages of Infinitus in corporate culture and health philosophy into charity activities.

The course of “Si Li Ji Ren” spreading Chinese traditional wisdom

The course of “Health Philosophy” introducing life nurturing knowledge

Mr. Harry Yeung, Senior Vice President of LKK Health Products Group and spokesman of Infinitus (China), stated “The features of innovation and continuous care of Infinitus charity programs are fully illustrated by such activity. The classes of Chinese traditional culture and health philosophy exert our company’s unique strengths and stimulate staff’s sense of responsibility and potentiality by disabusing students from puzzles. Above all, it also helps these students learn and inherit the wisdom of Chinese traditional culture to become excellent medical talents with both  decent morality and professional competence.”

According to the earlier news, the 2013 Ya’an Nursing Training Project was launched at Sichuan Ya’an Vocational and Technical College in November 2013 as part of the Si Li Ji Ren Education Dream Support Program. The Si Li Ji Ren Foundation pays all tuition fees, residential fees and living expenses, which were donated by the Company, all staff and sales partners from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia for the Ya'an earthquake.

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