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The 2nd Village Fete With Care For Children

Beijing, China (October 16, 2008) /China Newswire/ — On the 11th of October, 2008, Care for Children had its second English Village Fete at the centre. It turned out to be a great day for all the families involved, with a barbeque, fish & chips, bouncy castle, shadow puppet show and lots of side stalls and entertainment all on offer.

The event is supported by Dulwich College, Shangri-la hotels & resorts and Northern Trust etc. The supporters and Care for Children share the responsibilities to the local communities. The yearly event organized by Care for Children aims to bring familiarity to local Beijing people as well as create a Fun Day for the local children.

After a decade of working to improve the lives of thousands of disadvantaged children across China, the Fete enables Care for Children's work to develop further in new and exciting ways, providing assistance to some of the most vulnerable members of Chinese society.

About Care for Children

Care for Children facilitates the placement of orphaned children to loving long-term foster families from institutions; a remarkable project that changes and saves lives. Care for Children is registered in China, Hong Kong, UK and the USA and has been working in partnership with the Chinese authorities since 1998. Today, Care for Children is active in over 180 orphanages in 26 provinces, and has placed thousands of children, who have spent their lives in China's state and private orphanages, into foster homes.

About Dulwich College Beijing

The school was established in August 2004 with an academic programme based upon the National Curriculum for England and Wales, suitably adapted for the international market. Today there are 1070 students on the roll, the youngest aged just twelve months and the oldest following the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme, building on the exceptional 2008 IGCSE results where 72% of the grades returned were A* or A.

Dulwich Beijing has over 40 nationalities making up its student body, although almost 60% of our students come from the UK, North America and Australasia. The language of instruction is English.


  • Kay Zhang
    PR & Communications Manager
    Care for Children
    Beijing Riviera No 1 Xiangjiang North Rd
    Jing Shun Rd, Chaoyang District
    Beijing China 100103
    Tel: 86 10 84702735-617; Fax: 86 10 8470 2235 

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