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Crippling walk to school for polio girl

(Xinhua)

11:06, February 17, 2012

Polio sufferer Zhang Fenglin, 11, is supported by her mother Yang Chunyun on their way to school in Longwang village, Southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, Feb 15, 2012. The girl was diagnosed with polio and has been walking to school with her mother's assistance for three years. Zhang's father also has leg disability and works outside the village.(Xinhua/Huang Xiaobang)
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ming at 2012-02-1858.11.13.*
Yang is a little girl with courage and eagerness to progress. This is very good. Thanks to her mother and teacher and friends that help her. In this modern world...the medical equipment is available...shoud some hospital supply her the pair of Polio shoes tha can help a bit...more or less. So that the girl can walk a bit better!
  

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