Jolin Tsai ’s micro-documentary is online and interacts with “snail babies” at zero distance
Recently, Jolin Tsai visited the "Snail Baby" public welfare micro-documentary. The 4-minute video truly recorded the warm scene of her intimate interaction with friends with mental disorders. Jolin Tsai participates in the daily work and life of more than ten "snail babies" living together. Tear off stickers together, make finger prints, perform sign language dances, and learn more about the hardships of "Baby Snail" and his family through communication with professional teachers.
In September of this year, Tsai Yilin served as the “Relief Workshop Ambassador” at the Beijing Relief for the Disabled Foundation. After that, she entered a community in Beijing to visit these “snail snails” to better understand their needs. This online documentary documented the entire process of the visit, and also reproduced the real situation of "snail snails" to the public by means of images, "I hope more people will know them and be their friends".
A little bit of life of "Baby Snail" goes with hope
As soon as Jolin Tsai entered the mentally handicapped service center, more than a dozen cute "snail snails" called her "sister" affectionately. This warm scene set the beginning of the documentary, setting a warm tone for the entire video. In the video, Mr. Yang, the person in charge of the center, introduced to Cai Yilin that the "snail babies" are relatively slow to develop. Many adults can complete the movements at will, and they need a long time to learn and practice to master them slightly. Here, "snail babies" can learn to participate in some "work" within their ability to get a meager reward. Some children with strong hands-on ability can make crystal stickers under the instruction of teachers. Most of these paintings are transcripts of famous masterpieces, such as Van Gogh's "Sunflower" and "Starry Sky". The production cycle of a crystal sticker is as long as half a year. Each small crystal is full of "snail baby" 's dedication and love for creation. These paintings are usually sold in the form of love auctions. Although the price is not high, the sense of achievement in each harvest can make them feel recognized and accepted by the society.
Jolin Tsai visited this day. A manufacturer hired a "snail snail" to assist in the tearing of the stickers. It was necessary to carefully tear off the large blank stickers from the edges, leaving behind the printed text and patterns, and return them to the manufacturer as seal stickers. On the cake box. Zhang Zhaorong, the deputy director of the Foundation, happily revealed that in the morning, the reward for tearing a sticker rose to 3 cents, so that they could earn a few extra dollars every day. Knowing the working situation of "Baby Snail", Jolin Tsai was touched and distressed. While listening to the teachers, she was tearing stickers with "Baby Snail". Outside of work, Jolin Tsai and "Snail Baby" dip their fingers in colored paint to draw colorful fingerprints together.
Jolin Tsai's visit to the "snail snail" family is the first step to approach them. These mentally handicapped children also responded to the new friend "Sister Cai" with the same enthusiasm. The boy with Down syndrome clearly presented a full set of Taijiquan learned from his childhood and grandpa. Lulu in the center confidently sang the song "Thanksgiving" with a professional sound, and Jolin Tsai was also infected by the joyful atmosphere at the scene. "Baby", participated in sign language performances and sang "Grateful Heart" together.
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