Migrant kids' courses

13:53, February 10, 2011      

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Two tutorial courses taught by college student volunteers, aiming at migrating workers' children will be opened in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province on February 13-15.

One course was organized by college student Hong Runhao, who belongs to the China Communist Youth League Harbin Committee.

According to Hong, it received more than 50 children before Spring Festival and continues receiving migrant worker's children after the festival, Harbin-based Life Daily reported yesterday.

It recruited about 80 students to teach them. The class will be opened on February 15.

Another course was organized by Zhou Peng, a graduate from Northeast Forestry University.

It will be opened on the university's campus on February 13. It has more than 40 students and 10 student volunteers.

Source: Global Times
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