• Chris McMillan

Short-sighted students benefit from sports activities in South China


Short-sighted students benefit from sports activities in South China

30th June 2021

Sport-loved students in Ronghe Primary School in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region find it difficult to choose from over 20 sport clubs provided by the school every Tuesday.

Soccer, basketball, tennis, fencing, taekwondo, sports dancing are all available in the 90-minute after-school program and the school administration find professional teachers for every club.

This is one of the important ways for the students to relieve the stress from class, and in addition, to curb child myopia.

According to the research of Ministry of Education, more than half of the Chinese students are myopia, or short-sighted.



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