Children’s Art Exhibition: Celebrate International Children’s Day
International Children’s Day began in 1925 when the World Conference for the Well-being of Children took place in Geneva, Switzerland. After this conference, many countries started to celebrate this day on June 1st. This is the holiday to raise awareness of children’s rights and well being, also to appreciate children’s contribution to our society.
This holiday for children is widely celebrated across China. One of the missions for MBL is build the bridge of support between rich and poor. Over the years, MBL has helped many children in rural China access education and has established 22 International Children’s Libraries.
As a celebration of International Children’s Day, we’ll exhibit children’s art work on our website throughout June. Thank you to these amazing artists for sharing their talent and love with MBL and the world.