• Tibet starts free pre-school educational program
    Tibet starts free pre-school educational program 2012-10-30 | From:

    According to local authorities, Tibet allocated 69 million yuan (10.9 million U.S. dollars) to start its free preschool educational program to urban public kindergartens, benefiting some 38,000...

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  • Tibetan children enjoy free education
    Tibetan children enjoy free education 2012-10-23 | From:

    Children in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region now enjoy extended free education under the support of governments at all levels.

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  • Tibet establishes blind children art troupe
    Tibet establishes blind children art troupe 2012-10-17 | From:

    Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has established a blind children art troupe in its capital city of Lhasa, Oct. 16, 2012.

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  • Tibetan kids to get free heart disease treatment 2012-08-31 | From:

    Thirty-three Tibetan children with congenital heart disease arrived in Beijing on Thursday to receive free medical treatment thanks to a private foundation.

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  • Grassland doctors help save babies' lives 2012-08-30 | From:

    Herdsmen living on the remote Zhuaxixiulong grassland in Gansu Province used to depend on luck when it came to the survival of their newborn children. Now, they can rely on doctors.

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  • Tibetan children recover eyesight in inland
    Tibetan children recover eyesight in inland 2012-08-30 | From:

    Two Tibetan children with eye disease received free surgery in Shandong Province and recovered their eyesight recently.

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  • Tibetan children receive free heart surgery in inland city
    Tibetan children receive free heart surgery in inland city 2012-08-28 | From:

    Nanjing city, capital of Jiangsu Province has launched a free treatment program for 30 Tibetan children with congenital heart disease since May 2012, which will be finished in two years.

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  • China works to bridge urban-rural gap in child mortality 2012-08-27 | From:

    Herdsmen living on the remote Zhuaxixiulong grassland in northwest China's Gansu Province used to depend on luck when it came to the survival of their newborns. But now, they can count on doctors.

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