Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny/Cloudy    13 / 1 ℃  City Forecast

English>>Tibet Online

Five Tibetan schools receive 20-mln donation

(China Tibet Online)

08:28, December 18, 2012

Wan Long (F.L), president of the Shineway Industrial Group donates educational funds to the government of Tibetan Autonomous Region on December 15, 2012.(Photo/Xinhua)

On December 15, 2012, a photo exhibition themed “frontier affection, frontier trip” and a donation ceremony for Tibetan schools was held by the Standing Committee of the NPC in Henan Province together with the Chinese Photographers Society in Beijing.

On the donation ceremony, the Shineway Industrial Group, one of the famous Chinese large-scale enterprise, donated 20 million yuan( about $3.204 million) to schools in five remote counties in Tibetan Autonomous Region.

According to the report, in order to thank the Shineway Industrial Group, the TAR also did a lot of research and preparation, and chose the schools from Lhasa, Ngari, Nyingchi, and Xigaz.

With another 16.04 million yuan (about $2.57 million) educational fund, Tibet aims to construct these target schools to high level ones of classy quality and to send more kids to the spacious and bright classrooms.

【1】 【2】



We recommend:

Magnificent Thousand-Buddha Cliff in Lhasa

Tibetan woman connects blind with those in sight

Snapshots of Tibet Thangka Art Exhibition

Lens on 2012 Tibet Tourism Image Ambassador Contest

Immortal story of wood and paper

Tibetan orphan learns Thangka painting

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:李想、姚春)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. Special operation members in training

  2. New-type supply ship "Fuxian Lake"

  3. Mourn for school shooting victims in U.S.

  4. China's weekly story (2012.12.10-12.15)

  5. Photos: Most touching loves in 2012

  6. Christmas Wedding Expo closes in HK

  7. Dolphin-assisted therapy helps children

  8. Ultrabooks Make Sense for Business

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. Abe 'must change' to build ties
  2. Gloomy markets defy expected growth
  3. Don't let Chinese characters be a world heritage
  4. Behind annual Chinese Writers Rich List
  5. China firms 'don't communicate enough'
  6. Who can free Chinese couples from baby tangle?
  7. No easy path in sight for China's economic future
  8. Worries about combating corruption online
  9. 'Urban diseases' challenge 'beautiful China'
  10. Cultivating a natural lifestyle at Green City

What’s happening in China

Residential building collapses in E China's Ningbo

  1. 201 call Shanghai suicide hotline in 1st week
  2. Hospital killings deter prospective doctors in China
  3. Beware of doomsday scams, police say
  4. More luxury hotels take shark fin off their menu
  5. Official cars garaged if Beijing air worsens