You are invited at the opening of this Christian Chambenoit’s photography exhibition of the proceeds will go to Children of Madaifu. Ofoto Gallery, 50 Moganshan road, 2FL Building 13, Shanghai. From January 26 to 28th.
Thanks to the Air France Foundation , the Madaifu Access to High School programme, is being seen across all the skys by Air France passengers in the October issue of the company’s in-flight magazine, the skys the limit. More on our Access to highschool programme : Here Photo credit : JR for Prune Nourry Studio
The 2017 apple fundraising just started in Beijing and Shanghai. Please order your organic Fuji apples now! The apple fundraising is a yearly meaningful contribution to the education of the Children of Madaifu in Gansu province. We are counting on your support! In Beijing: In Shanghai :
Great Chinese food from Shanxi and karaoke for all. All details & booking here Copyright : Philippe Rochot
For the 12th consecutive year, you are organising the now famous Children of Madaifu Apples Sale. To join this event and participate, just order some apples! They come in 10 kg organic apple boxes for RMB 300 each. All proceeds will go to our action for Children of Madaifu. Please contact : In Beijing : firstname.lastname@example.org In Shanghai : email@example.com
“Children of Madaifu” and the gallery ArtCN are pleased to invite you to a chamber music concert: piano, clarinet, cello played by 3 chinese students of the Music Conservatory of Shanghai. At ArtCN – 423 Guangfu Road (across Xinqiao Road – Suzhou Creek) Admission per person: 200RMB All the benefits will go to “Children of Madaifu”. Due to limited seating, please send an email ASAP with your name and the number […]
Zhang Zhenghai, one of Children of Madaidu’s first supportees, received first place in the baguette and special breads category in the Lesaffre Cup Bakery Competition and will be traveling to Jakarta, Indonesia to compete in the Asia-wide competition in November 2015. Both us and Shanghai Young Bakers, who trained him and where he now teaches, were deligthed by this result!
In March and April 2015, photographer Gilles Sabrié came back to the area where we work to shoot a series on the place the kang (a brick bed heated from underneath) has in Northern Chinese houses. You can discover his work at: www.gsabrie.com