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British Volunteers Participate in Dongcheng District’s Jian Guomen Street “Low Carbon, For a Better Life” Activity
  Cycle to the activity site, never take the lift, but insist on climbing the stairs, bring along a personal drinking cup when outdoors…The Dongcheng District’s Jian Guomen Street “Low carbon, for a better life” activity has attracted volunteers from the UK. Their obvious low carbon lifestyle has lead to the “low carbon tide” among the community and teenagers.

  Currently, the “low carbon, for a better life” Sino-British Volunteer Services Exchange activity jointly organized by the Dongcheng District’s Jian Guomen Street and the China Association of Social Work officially starts as volunteers from the UK’s Voluntary Service Overseas arrived at the activity site on their bikes. Just when representatives of the community and volunteers who were participating in the activity were waiting for the lift, a few British volunteers had already climbed up the stairs to the 6th floor, as the reporter later found out; they even brought their own drinking cups. All this while, the British volunteers were leading by examples to advocate low carbon lifestyle.

  According to the personnel in-charge of Jian Guomen Street, this time, the Sino-British Volunteer Services Exchange activity which will last 3 weeks was brought to the community, with low carbon environmental protection as the main theme. Volunteers from the UK will visit the community and neighbouring schools to interact with residents, local volunteers and teenagers, advocating the need to care for the environment and  to protect the environment. After the opening ceremony, the volunteers took off on their bikes to Dongcheng District Ding Xiang Primary School to interact with the students and to talk about low carbon lifestyle. The students also gave the volunteers a display of opera costumes and creative accessories that were made from waste materials, receiving applauds from the British volunteers.