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Student in Yushu transferred to Xining to continue study

04-25-2010 08:36 BJT Special Report: 7.1-magnitude Quake Hit Qinghai, China |


Even though the earthquake happened less than 2 weeks ago some schools have already re-opened. Those in technical education, are now being transferred from Yushu to Xining, to continue their study.

Zhou Yulin, Reporter of Dong Yu, Cameraman, said, "Three hundred and nine students from the school of technology of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture will be transferred to Xining tomorrow, I have come to one of these students' home. She is 15 years old, studying to be a nursery school teacher, let's see what she is doing right now. Hello! How are you? What's your name?"

Baqing Zhuoma, Student, said, "My name is Ba-Qing Zhuo-Ma."

Even though the earthquake happened less than 2 weeks ago some schools have already re-opened. Those in technical education, are now being transferred from Yushu to Xining, to continue their study.
Even though the earthquake happened less than 2 weeks ago some
schools have already re-opened. Those in technical education,
are now being transferred from Yushu to Xining, to continue
their study.


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