Government should provide children their right,
if not provided, their future won't be bright.
Society should stipulate the rights provided,
if not stipulated, children's growth will be retarded.
Parents should give love and affection to their children,
if not given, their won't be growth of their brain.
Teachers should provide children entertainment for a while,
if not provided, students' life will be boiled.
Government should provide children their name,
if not provided, their life will be full of pain.
Rights should be given to the children from whole;
Everyone is participated in their dimensional developing role.
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