Today is the 112th International Working Women's Day.
But what are we talking about when we talk about "Women's Day"?
Gentle but determined, passionate but also rational, delicate but not without courage.
When women are educators, their perspective is also unique and valuable.
When they stand at the podium and face the children, they bring wonderful knowledge, great skills, but also love, warmth, understanding and power.
*Ms. Melia talking about "Women's Day" to the students in English class.
Love for her
Our children have the purest and most fiery emotions. Today they also give their most beautiful flowers and romantic poems to each of the wonderful women in their lives.
The greatest women in this world - mothers
The women who influenced their lives - Teachers
*Poems by Annie Wang, P4B
All female staff members also received gifts from the school today. Thank you to them for being part of BMH, for their dedication in every position, and for showing the power of women through their actions.
If you look through the records, you will see that from the last century to today, the theme of International Women's Day chosen by the United Nations has always been "rights" and "equality".
1998——Women and Human Rights
2010——Equal Rights, Equal Opportunities: Progress for All
2019——Think equal, build smart, innovate for change
Women's Day is not a gender dichotomy, not simply a celebration of women, but a commemoration of the contributions and efforts of countless women to equal rights and social development, so that we can keep fighting for the promotion of women's rights and gender equality.
▪This International Women’s Day, 8 March, join UN Women and the world in coming together under the theme “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”.
So on this day we thank all the women who work hard and live earnestly, you is the meaning of Women's Day.
We would like to conclude our article with a quote from P4B Ben's speech at this week's flag-raising ceremony.
"I would like to dedicate my best wishes to the female teachers who work hard to educate us, to the mothers who nurture us carefully, and to the millions of great women who made and are making human history. "