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Campus World | Perseverance and perseverance, Su Huawei encourages Rotary Middle School students to strengthen themselves during the "epidemic"

2022-05-17T23:14:32.427Z

All primary and secondary school students in Hong Kong began to take early summer vacations, and their learning activities were immediately affected, and the government did not encourage students to go out for activities. The Rotary Secondary School of the Church of Christ in China has not stopped giving students the opportunity to learn, and continues to learn from different ways



All primary and secondary school students in Hong Kong began to take early summer vacations, and their learning activities were immediately affected, and the government did not encourage students to go out for activities.

The Rotary Secondary School of the Church of Christ in China has not stopped giving students the opportunity to learn, and continues to provide students with extended learning through different channels to consolidate their knowledge.

The school's land games held last week were also reluctantly cancelled due to the epidemic. Therefore, Su Huawei, a former Hong Kong track and field athlete and Paralympic 200-meter world record holder, was specially invited to the school for an exclusive interview and a symposium. Principal Xue Changhua personally conducted the interview. .

Although the students from Rotary Middle School could not be present to witness the "Wonder Boy" style, but through the live video, they could still feel Su Huawei's perseverance, and they would still unexpectedly show every clip and every paragraph on Su Huawei's screen. The content of the interview was warmly applauded, and the students also experienced a different value education class.

(Content provided by Rotary Middle School of the Church of Christ in China)


In response to the 2021 Hong Kong team's success in the Tokyo Olympics, the 13th Winter Paralympic Games is being held in Beijing. In addition, the movie "Mama's Wonder Boy" adapted from Su Huawei's real experience was released not long ago. interested in the story.

Su Huawei has won gold medals for Hong Kong 6 times. Students are familiar with it, but when asked about his life and setbacks and difficulties during training in the past, he may not be familiar with the students. In this regard, Su Huawei said: "The training process is very hard. , but I know that I am interested in running, and no matter how hard the training is, I will try my best to get through it and devote myself to training.”

Principal Xue Changhua and Special Educational Needs Coordinator Mr. Ni Mingwei visited Su Huawei.

(Provided by Rotary Secondary School of the Church of Christ in China)

The epidemic has been raging for more than two years, and there is still no sign of easing. The academic community often suspends face-to-face teaching, especially for senior students who are about to take public exams, both academically and emotionally. .

Su Huawei used his own experience to encourage students to gain positive energy in the face of adversity and keep improving themselves: "I used to start slowly, other runners started, but I haven't started yet. The coach discovered this problem and gave me a lot of improvement. Suggestions also provide reaction training for me. In addition to perseverance and diligence, I will also reflect on my shortcomings. Therefore, when facing difficulties, we must be willing to accept other people's opinions, because other people's suggestions can help us reflect on what we have. deficiencies, so that we can improve ourselves.”

Su Huawei suffered brain damage due to a jaundice, and later developed complications such as limb spasms and severe hearing loss. The road to growth is destined to be harder than ordinary people.

But Su Huawei did not give up. He continued to overcome difficulties and his own weaknesses. With the encouragement of his mother, he participated in the track and field class and was appreciated by the coach. After that, he got the opportunity to participate in the Olympics and started his sports career.

Rotary Secondary School is a school that promotes education to inspire potential. Students have always performed outstandingly in sports. In the past, many students have been successfully trained to join the Hong Kong team for long-term training.

Principal Xue Changhua said, "When students join Rotary Middle School, they may be mediocre, but in fact they just haven't found their goals. When opportunities arise, their potentials are revealed. As long as students are willing, we will definitely help them develop their interests and potentials. "Just like Su Huawei, despite his physical defects, the disabled athlete's road is more difficult to walk than the average person, but after his hard work and tempering, he is willing to persevere, and eventually he can become the first magical boy to cross the finish line.

Principal Xue Changhua said, "After hearing Su Huawei's sharing of his mental journey at the event, the students felt full of positive energy. I hope they can make good use of their time during the special holidays, and they must firm up their goals and continue adversity in the face of everything. Self-improvement."

(Content provided by Rotary Middle School of the Church of Christ in China)

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