Foreign families enjoy Children's Day at Yellow Crane Tower Park
The second International Children's Day Parent-children Carnival took place at the Yellow Crane Tower Park on May 26. The event was jointly organized by the Wuhan Foreign Affairs Office, the Wuhan Friendship Association with Foreign Countries, and Yellow Crane Tower Park. Fifteen foreign families living in Wuhan participated in the carnival.
The age of the children of these foreign families ranged from six months to eight years old. Accompanied by their parents, they went to the top of the Yellow Crane Tower and enjoyed a bird's eye view of Wuhan.
After the visit to the Yellow Crane Tower, the children and their parents painted together on a long blank scroll on the theme of "beautiful Wuhan." Images such as the Yellow Crane Tower and trees and flowers around the park were portrayed on the scroll. Lulu, a girl from Yemen, along with her father, Yumes Almansoob, painted the national flags of China and Yemen side by side. Almansoob also drew an image of the QQ penguin wearing a red scarf beside the flags. "It is part of my life here. That is why I wanted to paint it," said Almansoob.
The foreign families also watched a chime-bell dance performance in the park.