New term begins for kids in Tibetan Classes

2018-09-03 10:27:00 | From:China Tibet Online

On August 28th, sounds of laughter could be heard on the campus of the Nanchang City Number 17 High School, where over 100 students from Tibet are enrolled in the school in Central China's Jiangxi Province.A volunteer group, "The Caring Mamas", consisted of moms from the Shangfang neighborhood of Tangshan Township, part of the Qingshan Lake District, also arrived, helping the kids get ready for school and feel the love of a family though they're far from home. The ages of the volunteers range from 50 to 70. In the past nine years, the volunteers have used their care and patience to help the Tibetan students feel as loved as if they were at home. On holidays, the Caring Mamas would always come and help the students with laundry and housekeeping, and give them haircuts, helping them feel cherished.[Photo/]

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