China teaches kindergarten kids cooperation to achieve greatness

China teaches kindergarten kids cooperation to achieve greatness

- Chinese people have shown that cooperation is one of the factors that have helped in building their country

- Cooperation among Chinese has been demonstrated in a video circulating on social media

- In the video, a group of kindergarten kids could be seen playing a game of cooperation with balls, which they passed around as they maintained a big circle

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Cooperation among people usually provides positive results, and this is why China introduces the game of cooperation in training their children from kindergarten stage.

A video has emerged on social media in which a group of Chinese kids could be seen engaging in a game of cooperation.

The kindergarten kids, who formed a big circle, rounded the circle as they bounced the balls and passed them around, maintaining the same circle.

The video has shown how China believes in the power of cooperation, which obviously explains why the country is one of those excelling in the field of technology and other areas of human endeavour.

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The video was shared by Shangai Panda with the handle @thinking_panda.

Shangai Panda wrote:

"If you are born in a country with 1.4 billion people and thousands of years of history, you will know how important cooperation is. We need order more than freedom. We need collectivism more than individualism. Many Westerners don't understand it."

Shangai Panda added:

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In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Ifeanyi Obi has narrated how he upturned a negative prophecy spoken over him when he was eight years.

Obi took to his Instagram page to disclose that he recently gained his academic promotion as an associate professor of construction technology from the American University of Cyprus.

The young man said after the negative prophecy, he made a promise to himself to upturn it, adding that people should not let others decide their fate.

He wrote on his Instagram page:

"A prophet boldly declared that I will never achieve anything academically rather I should look into doing business. I did look into business but I also choose to pursue one thing I always loved - teaching and learning irrespective of what a prophet said."

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