The Dew Drops Home in Beijing moved this May.
Our volunteer physical therapist, April, has helped many children in our program catch up on their physical and developmental milestones. In this post, she shares of a recent transformation she witnessed in one of our newer babies, Qi. Transformation. It is one of the things that continues to draw me to orphan work. I never […]
Many of the children in our program have physical scars. And for many of these children, their scars represent one or more life-saving surgeries.
We believe that it is very important for the children in our care to grow up in an environment that emulates a family.
Can one apple satisfy you? There are many kinds of apples available – green apples, red apples, yellow apples – all are delicious but can they bring you happiness?
My name is Lijing Lu. That is my Chinese name. I am a Chinese woman who has been doing orphan work since 2006. When I first started this work, I chose Lily as my English name just because I love flowers.
Today, March 21st, Little Flower joins the rest of the world in celebrating World Down syndrome day. The date, 3/21, represents the trisomy on the 21st chromosome and the cause of Down syndrome.
One of the treatments that Dew Drops Little Flower is able to provide for the children that are struggling with chronic or acute respiratory issues is nebulization.
The Spring Festival holiday has ended and what’s the most common thing posted on your friends WeChat walls? “Why did I eat so much over the holidays?”
Chinese New Year is filled with many different traditions that are honored each year.