Jun Hu, a Volkswagen employee in Beijing, meets the disabled boy at an orphanage once a month. She bathes and feeds him, plays with him, helps wash and dress him, and looks after him for several hours a day. Hu (34) and some of her colleagues do volunteer work at a privately run orphanage called Living Tree Foster Home. They are part of a team of 20 volunteers who help children and adolescents with major disabilities. Most of the 35 children have infantile cerebral palsy, which is characterized by severe motion disorders that were caused by damage to the brain in early childhood. Others at the orphanage have autism or other disabilities.