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Parents queue for whole night to send kids into public kindergartens

Xinhua)  09:03, June 16, 2013  

Parents queue at the gate of the Kindergarten of the Gubu Road of Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, June 14, 2013. Most kindergartens in Liuzhou started the registration for new students on June 15 and 16, when some parents who wanted to send their children into public kindergartens queued for the whole night for the registration. There are more than 200 kindergartens in Liuzhou City, in which only 14 are public ones. Attracted by the low costs and good reputation of the public kindergartens which often enroll limited number of students every year, some parents spare no effort in striving for the registration. Many parents even queue for the whole night for the registration, which has become a common phenomenon in many places of the country. (Xinhua/Li Bin)

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