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"Fist bump" game cheers up students in Tibet
update:August 17,2021
NAGQU, Aug.17,2021 -- Happiness shines on students' faces when a Xinhua correspondent went to a primary school classroom in Nagqu City, Tibet and played a "fist bump" game with them.
This is a typical village-level primary school in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The school is located at an altitude of 4,700 meters.
The students study happily every day in both Mandarin and Tibetan languages.
Students in Tibet Autonomous Region are provided with 15 years of publicly funded compulsory education from preschool to senior high school. It's part of China's efforts to ensure ethnic minority groups' right to education.

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