Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Beginning with the Moon and More. It needs to be at least 1250 words. After parting from the teachers at the Chinese primary school and on the way back to the campus, Zheyuan began to recall her very first memory with the Chinese primary school. Zheyuan remembered back to about two years ago when she had just started as the president of CSSA. One morning, she picked up a call from Mrs. Lin, the principal and also a Chinese teacher at the local Chinese primary school. Mrs. Lin told her that the Chinese primary school was in the predicament of being short of part-time teachers and volunteers, and she wanted to ask the CSSA for help to change the situation. Zheyuan remembered that Mrs. Lin first briefly introduced the general information of the Chinese primary school. After that, Mrs. Lin explained the predicament to Zheyuan. After more and more Chinese knew about the Chinese primary school, they asked the school to see if they could send their children there. However, as a part-time voluntary school which had been established only for six months, Mrs. Lin and her colleagues faced a difficult situation. “I remember that she asked me reservedly to see if any CSSA members could help in their free time to fill the empty positions as teachers and volunteers, and in fact, she sounds almost a little bit imploring,” Zheyuan recalled (Yi, 2014).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . The yuan and the CSSA did not let Mrs. Lin down, because, after Zheyuan hung up the phone, she and the committee members had a meeting to discuss this issue the same weekend. Not long after that, the CSSA members started to participate in volunteering at the Chinese primary school, and the “predicament” also faded away gradually. It all started with a phone call two years ago, and now you can see how active the members of the CSSA are at the Chinese primary school. “For a ‘job’ like this, even if you never get paid, the sense of achievement and laughter that you get from the kids more than makes up for it,” says Yanling, a fine arts student at WVU and also a member of CSSA who is now volunteering at the Chinese primary school as a drawing teacher (Yanling, 2014).