Go! Yunnan: Eco-school teaches hope and harmony in Yunnan border town

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-10-27/Eco-school-teaches-hope-and-harmony-in-Yunnan-border-town-UVHXdOeA9O/index.html Entering the light yellow-painted school gate, a lively atmosphere can be felt immediately. In Menglong, a quiet small town on China’s southwestern frontier in Yunnan Province, Xiaojie Central Primary School is a rare bright spot. As the bell rang, colorfully-dressed children poured out of classrooms into the playground, turning it into a sea of vibrant shades. But this only happens on Wednesdays, when all students and teachers wear the traditional clothing of their own ethnic groups to celebrate the diverse minority cultures in the region. #GoYunnan #GoChina

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