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Tibetan woman connects blind with those in sight (4)

(China.org.cn)

15:30, December 14, 2012

Students learn English in Kiki's Kindergarten. [(Photo/Xinhua)

Kiki's Kindergarten

Through her efforts, Kiki's Kindergarten under BWB opened in June 2011.

At present, Kiki's Kindergarten enrolls 21 students, including several sighted ones. It tries to train students to believe in the abilities of their blind mates, paving the way for future social transformation.

Talking about the obstacles in its operation, she said, "The kindergarten need about 13,000 yuan (US$2078.7) for daily spending. And we need more if we want to enroll more students."
"I dream that one day I could run more integrated kindergartens in the whole nation and let every blind kid enjoy equal access to a brighter future."

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