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Children's Day

International Children's Day, also known as Children's Day, guarantees the rights of children, the right to health and the right to education in all countries of the world, in order to improve the lives of children and to fight against the killing of children and the poisoning of children. At the International Conference on Child Welfare held in Geneva, Switzerland in 1925, the International Children's Welfare Association first proposed the concept of "Children's Day"

and called on countries to set up their own

Children's Day. The initiative is endorsed by many

countries around the world. Most

countries are usually set for June 1s

t each year,... >

Rabbit

The rabbit son is a traditional Han handicraft

in Beijing, and belongs to the children's toys of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

According to the saying that there are jade rabbits in the moon palace, the jade rabbits are further

artisticized, personified, and

even deified, and the mud is

used to shape the rabbits

in various forms.

Related festivals

On December 14, 1954, the United Nations

Educational Science and Culture Organization set

November 20th as International Children's Day. The resolution calls for the protection of the right to life, health care and education of children in all countries of the world. It is pointed out that all democratic groups and adult men and women around the worldmust fight the employment of male and female child labour, and the state protects the health of children and uses military spending to meet the needs of children [1]

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