Charity Tibetan School established in SW China

13:24, March 14, 2011      

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Two students at Deqin County Chartiy Tibetan School frolic outside in Deqen County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Yunnan Province, March 10, 2011. As the founder, A'niu established the school by selling his family assets in 1997 in hopes of providing local kids with language and culture education of both Tibetan and Han ethnic groups, though he himself has never been to school for one single day. Currently 51 students, most of them are of Tibetan ethnic group, are provided with free boarding here. (Xinhua/Li Yiguang)

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