Here's how Taekwondo is changing the lives of Syrian refugee children forever
Once in a while, a video will come along with a message so powerful that it will make you stop what you're doing and think hard about the world. This is one of them.
Charles Lee is a South Korean humanitarian and acupuncturist who has spent the last 14 years living in the Middle East. In July 2013, influenced by his experiences back home in Korea and the positive teachings of the sport, he decided to open a Taekwondo school at the Zaatari refugee camp. What started as a group of 60 kids has grown to a school with classes four days a week, and a wait-list hundreds long.
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AFTER SPRING, a feature documentary film, will provide a detailed glimpse into Charles' school and shed awareness onto this often overshadowed political issue. Help contribute to make this powerful dream a reality here on their Kickstarter page!