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Pic story: free education in Tibet


Cai Chunting (C), a teacher from Xiangyang City of central China's Hubei Province, and Cering Choden (back R), a local teacher, tutor students in a chemical experiment in Shannan No.1 Senior High School, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, May 7, 2019. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Zhang Rufeng)

Cai Chunting (C), a teacher from Xiangyang City of central China’s Hubei Province, and Cering Choden (back R), a local teacher, tutor students in a chemical experiment in Shannan No.1 Senior High School, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, May 7, 2019. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Zhang Rufeng)

File photo taken on July 14, 2010 shows students walking home after school in Maizhokunggar County of Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

File photo taken on July 14, 2010 shows students walking home after school in Maizhokunggar County of Lhasa, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Students have class in Dobbar Township of Zongang County in Qamdo City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Sep. 14, 2020. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

Students have class in Dobbar Township of Zongang County in Qamdo City, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, Sep. 14, 2020. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

File photo taken on June 10, 2014 shows students having lunch at a primary school in Pozhang Township of Shannan, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Chogo)

File photo taken on June 10, 2014 shows students having lunch at a primary school in Pozhang Township of Shannan, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Chogo)

File photo taken on Aug. 22, 2019 shows children from the Experimental Kindergarten of Tibet Autonomous Region having a football training session in Lhasa. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)

File photo taken on Aug. 22, 2019 shows children from the Experimental Kindergarten of Tibet Autonomous Region having a football training session in Lhasa. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)

Students have a class at the Qamdo Experimental Primary School in Qamdo, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Oct. 5, 2020. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region's free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Students have a class at the Qamdo Experimental Primary School in Qamdo, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, Oct. 5, 2020. The Chinese government has, so far, spent more than 20 billion yuan on supporting the region’s free education program, making education more accessible for nearly nine million students. Students across all grades can also access additional support through a number of projects and initiatives under 40 educational aid projects, providing grants and scholarships, among others. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

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