Live: How a once impoverished school in SW China’s Guizhou became a musical paradise

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    Similar to the movie “The Chorus,” kids at Haiga Primary School, Liupanshui City in southwest China’s Guizhou Province have also been changed by music. The school is located in a rural mountainous area nearly 3,000 meters above sea level. Poverty and underdevelopment used to limit the life and education of the students. But now, the school has turned into a rock paradise where all the students enjoy life with music. Join CGTN’s livestream to learn more! #WhatsupChina #WhatsupGuizhou

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