(Taiwan’s China times, October 14, 2015), Yi Jia International Founder and Board Chairman Mr. George Guo Bing Ting led more than 200 people, including senior management, distributors and staff etc. to Hui Ming Blind School. They donated materials worth NTD 50,000 to the school, including water dispenser, braille typewriter, projectors etc. The group founder, Mr. George Guo Bing Ting and the staff were blindfolded to experience the world of darkness, feeling the mental state and dilemma of the blind person with heart.
The staffs were divided into pairs. They were blindfolded with the black cloth, and they walked into the auditorium along the hand rail. Nothing can be seen, and many people could not adapt to it. They walked along as if they were on the space. Some staff said that blindness is an inconvenient condition because they could only feel the darkness in front of them, in fear of the obstacles ahead; the visually impaired students did a good job, because they have to overcome the fear of darkness and face the world bravely.
“When the wind roars, just shake your head…” the chorus of Hui Ming Blind School portrayed their fortitude while performing the song “little grass”. Many of the staff were so touched by the kids’ singing that they burst into tears. Mr. George Guo Bing Ting said that when he got to know the plight of Hui Ming Blind School, he decided to help the kids in darkness without hesitation. He donated materials worth NTD 50, 000 to the school. He mentioned that the company consists of 2 big plans, marketing plans and charity plans respectively. The company shall grow a strong business so that they are capable to help more people.
Last but not least, Mr. George Guo Bing Ting announced that he was going to adopt the visually impaired kids. He said, Guo’s family had 4 new members since then and he would provide financial aid for their study, daily life and medical care until the kids grow up.
Apart from that, Mr. George Guo Bing Ting called on the group members to support the kids financially. By donating 500 monthly per person, a group of 60 people is willing to sponsor a visually impaired student.