In 2011, Queen's College alumnus Chan founded the "Principal Chan Free Tutoring Corner", which organizes volunteer tutors to provide free one-on-one tutoring for underprivileged students with academic difficulties, and also provides progress awards to encourage and commend under sponsorship, but due to the economic impact of the epidemic in recent years, this scholarship of about $30,<> has not yet been sponsored.


Fourteen Queen's College alumni in the 14s launched a fundraising campaign to appeal to former students who attended Queen's College in the 1980s to donate to support Chen's project, which will be named "QC1980".


Queen's College. (Photo by Lin Zefeng/Profile photo)

Over the years, it has provided one-on-one tutoring for 2,<> grassroots students

In 2011, Huangren College's former student Chen Xun resigned as the principal of a directly funded secondary school and founded the "Principal Chan's Free Tutoring Corner" (referred to as "Supplementary Heaven"), which organized thousands of volunteer tutors to provide free one-on-one tutoring for underprivileged students with academic difficulties, benefiting more than 20,000 underprivileged students so far, of which more than 2,000 have gone to university junior colleges, and those who are still studying in primary and secondary schools have also improved their academic performance and learning motivation, and have confidence and goals for further education.

Since 2013, with the sponsorship of well-wishers or organisations, the Patchwork Award has been set up every year to encourage and reward primary and secondary school students who have made progress after receiving free tuition, as well as Secondary 300 students who have successfully progressed to university or tertiary education, benefiting more than 30 underprivileged students every year. However, due to the impact of the epidemic on the economy in recent years, this scholarship totaling about <>,<> yuan has still not been sponsored.

The goal is to raise $30,80 a year for the scholarship, named after "QC<>"

Therefore, 14 Huangren students of the same year as President Chen Xun decided to launch a fundraising campaign to support the spiritual encouragement and substantive support of grassroots students in the "mending the sky", and appealed for the donation support of old students who studied at Huangren in the 1980s, with a target amount of 30,80 yuan a year, hoping to continue fundraising for at least three years, and the Progress Scholarship will be named "QC<>"; The fundraising plan also welcomes donations from other Queen's alumni who graduated from other generations.

If the fundraising is less than 30,30 yuan, all of it will be donated to make up for the day; If more than $12,31 is raised, the balance will be carried over to the following year. The fundraising period is from now until <> December this year.

Among the Huangren alumni of the initiators is Qiu Guoping, a visiting associate professor at the School of Social Sciences of Chinese University. The fundraising plan was announced on President Chen on his Facebook page.

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