School life vital for her change
Perhaps the agony and pain that Li suffered made her more determined, for she refuses to let go of her ballet dream.
She has made great progress in her studies and in her psychological recovery since she came to Beijing Primary School on February 19, 2009, according to her teacher, Xu Yi.
"It's a big challenge for Li Yue to find herself again in a new environment," said Xu. But Li Yue made it through with her "unremitting effort" and by "studying at home and completing her homework very carefully."
Her relationship with her classmates is another vital thing that has changed her from a formerly depressed new comer into a happy young girl. "We all like her and she is such a nice person," said Zheng Zhuohan, one of Li's friends. "Students in my classroom get along well with her, treating her no differently."
To make Li's move more convenient and school life less troublesome, Zheng, together with other classmates and teachers, even formed a special voluntary team — "Li Yue Assistance Team" — taking turns to push her wheelchair and carry crutches for her.