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Movie "Nima's Summer" gains praise

09-21-2010 08:53 BJT

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After the enactment of a central government policy to assist the Tibet Autonomous Region, many Tibetan students have traveled to cities out of the region to study. There, they often gain close friendships with students of the ethnic Han.

One such story has been turned into a movie called "Nima's Summer".

The film follows Nima, a Tibetan boy sponsored by the government to study at a middle school in Xiamen, a coastal city in east China.

Nima experiences some difficulties in getting along with local students and has a hard time at first. But later on, he develops a great friendship with his new classmates.

Already, it has won a prize at the International Children's Film Festival.

Poster of "Nima's Summer"

Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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