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Guizhou 'Young Anti-drug Fighter' public-benefit summer camp Kicks off

(People's Daily Online)

10:51, July 29, 2013

Jointly organized by Guizhou Narcotic Control Office, Chinese Communist Youth League Guizhou Committee and Chinese Young Pioneers Guizhou Committee, the “Young Anti-drug Fighter” Public-benefit Summer Camp kicked off on the morning of July 22 at Huaxi Youth and Children Activity Center in Guiyang. Ms. Tu Yan, Deputy Secretary of Chinese Communist Youth League Guizhou Committee and Director of Chinese Young Pioneers Guizhou Committee,and Mr. Jiang Wenwu, Deputy Captain of the Narcotic Control Team under the Department of Public Security of Guizhou Province, attended the opening ceremony.

Organized by Guizhou Narcotic Control Office this year, the “Young Anti-drug Fighter” Public-benefit Summer Camp is one of the series of anti-drug educational activities themed on “Stay away from Drugs, Enjoy a Happy Life”, targeting the children in the province. It attracts participation of more than 100 children including excellent students from primary schools in the province and winners of the Anti-drug Knowledge Contest for the Youth and Children of Guizhou Province. A wide variety of activities will be held during the five-day Summer Camp, such as lectures on drug control, outward development, drama performance, visits to anti-drug education base, police dogs base and Sunshine Family and theme parties, so as to help the children gain a better knowledge of drugs and the drug harm and enhance the students’ awareness of drug recognition, prevention and rejection.

Entrusted by Mr. Zhao Xiang, Deputy Director of Guizhou Narcotic Control Commission, Director of Guizhou Narcotic Control Office, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Committee and Deputy Director General of the Department of Public Security, Mr. Jiang Wenwu, Deputy Captain of the Narcotic Control Team under the Department of Public Security was present at the opening ceremony and delivered a speech as well.

Mr. Jiang pointed out that, the Chinese people suffered greatly from drugs in the past, and drugs could bring enormous harm to the healthy growth of the children and endanger the social harmony and stability. Children bear the hope and represent the future of a nation, thus shouldering the glorious mission to realize the China dream, the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. Therefore, authorities at all levels and the social community share the responsibility to strengthen the anti-drug education among the youth and children and create a “drug-free” society for their healthy growth, which is also what the public have been earnestly expecting. All children participating in the Summer Camp should observe the discipline, act in compliance with the arrangement and directions of the teachers, help each other, and take this opportunity to learn more and think hard. This Summer Camp should be a platform for the children to expand their horizon, learn more knowledge, train themselves and experience a happy growth.

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