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  • On May 25th, Edwards volunteers and Netspring team made a revisit trip to a migrant school in Shanghai and organized Green Energy & Environmental Protection Awareness activities for almost 40 students. Netspring team also did the onsite inspection of Edwards Green IT classroom and replaced a broken desktop with a spare one.
    Netspring team was delighted to attend Bayer’s Public Welfare Innovation and Social Enterprise Investment Exchange conference in Shanghai to share our missions and achievements with Celina Chew - Chairman Bayer, Boyong Yuan - Senior Manager of Bayer CSE & Sustainability, Marc Buckley - UN SDG advocate & Guru Social Entrepreneur Impact Innovator and all the inspiring social enterprise representatives attended. 
  • After establishing Owens Corning Green IT Classrooms in Hangzhou, Beijing and Guangzhou, on April 17th, Owens Corning unveiled its 4th Green IT Classroom in Xi'an. A grand welcome ceremony was held in the school in presence of local government. The school authority and students expressed their great appreciation to Owens Corning for its timely and helpful support in IT education. 

  • "We chose to visit Netspring as it is a beautiful example of putting the circular economy to use. On top of that you also have a large social impact which is inspiring to us! ”
    Foreign Relations, SSU Foundation
  • On March 12th, Netspring team delivered its first European speech in Frankfurt, Germany at the International Frankfurt Rotaract Club. The presentation not only presented Netspring programs but also broader environmental challenges in China and the world.
    Club members were very interested and the president of the International Frankfurt Rotaract Club - Ms. Laura Ștefana Mojilian shared, “While having received an insightful overview of the recycling situation in China, it is to our belief that Netspring represents a balanced solution towards responsibly managing waste and equally supporting children into their educational endeavors, as well as on their path to a better, healthier and up to date world.”
  • In March, Netspring team held a workshop with GSE Group Shanghai office to share the idea of environmental friendly E-waste management and Netspring Green IT Classrooms Program. During the meeting, Netspring interacted with GSE members and the General Manager of ASIA Division – Mr. Malergue. At the end of the workshop, GSE supported the digital inclusion of underprivileged children in China with computers. Many thanks to GSE’s generosity!

  • In 2018, we plan to continue developing digital inclusion with our Green IT Classroom programs for underprivileged children. We will also foster social and environmental innovation and forge stronger dialogues with partner organizations and academia. Continuously serving a special needs group, the Visually Impaired, also remains one of our priorities.

    Thanks to all our supporters, past, present and future!

  • “Thanks to PwC and Netspring’s support. Because of you, children in remote rural areas like ours can also have access to computers just like children in town. The most important point is that computer classes can bring knowledge to children. Through learning and knowing of computers, children can acquire rich knowledge in an entertaining environment, such as searching information online as well as searching computer’s knowledge and so on. Also we are very touched that once our computers were out of function, they received timely maintenance and treatment. The existence of this classroom has great significance.”

  • “We were attracted by its innovative social enterprise business model, which would provide digital education to underprivileged children in China with recycled computers, thus fostering circular economy and creating positive social impact at the same time.”  
    Mr. Jean-Michel Vallin, Faurecia China President