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100,000 textbooks arrive in Zhouqu

08-15-2010 08:57 BJT Special Report:China Fights Worst Flood in Decades |

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There's good news for students in Zhouqu County, with 100,000 textbooks arriving to replace those destroyed in the mudslide.

Xinhua's printing plant in Tianshui, Gansu Province, printed 50,000 textbooks, while 50,000 more were sent by other provinces. The Tianshui plant managed to print the books in just 48 hours, with many workers refusing to rest until the job was done. All 100,000 books arrived in Zhouqu Saturday afternoon. Local schools have postponed the resumption of classes until August 25th, due to the lingering danger

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV

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