* Date : 2021-03-05
Our main interests these days are... How many confirmed cases are there today? When will I receive the inoculation? Will there be an economic rebound? Will social distancing measures be extended or alleviated? But one question we had never thought we would ask is “How are students coping with the emotional burden of COVID-19?” Since the outbreak, students have been asked to manage time well, study hard at home, and even overcome emotional difficulties on their own, which require a huge amount of self-control and self-discipline. Are they really coping well? What needs to be done to keep their mental health stable and comfort their weary souls? Mindfulness education can be the answer. Let’s find more about mindful education for students.
Seongnam City in Gyeonggi-do Province won the environment ministry award in 2020 for running a project called re100, a resource circulation store. The store became a role model for resource circulation facility that expands and enhances recycling initiatives. re100 is a facility directly operated by the Seongnam city, which offers cash or regional currency in exchange for recyclable wastes that are ‘fully emptied, washed, and separated.’ We visit the facility to see how its recycling process takes place.
#Seongnam Resource Circulation Store #re100 #Resource Circulation #Recycling #Seongnam City Council #Seongnam City
A toy library in Songpa district is famous for lending toys to toddlers and small children who are still in the developmental stage. The library, which was shut since the COVID-19 pandemic, now started running a contactless rental service. The toy rental service provides a safe experience to its users as it minimizes person-to-person contact. We visit the toy library in Songpa district to learn more about the walk-thru toy rental service.
#COVID-19 #Songpa District #Songpa Childcare Support Center #Toy Library #Walk-thru #Walk-thru Toy Rental Service