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American teacher dedicates to Tibetan students

2013-12-19 09:57:23



Andrew (R) reads a book with two students at the Second Minzu Middle School in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Huangnan, northwest China's Qinghai Province, Dec. 17, 2013. The 29-year-old Andrew Frankel from America has always showed interests in Tibetan culture. In 2012, he left his hometown for Qinghai and became a teacher at school. Apart from teaching English classes, he established an English books corner and a movie club, creating better English-studying atmosphere for local students. "I love staying with my students," Andrew said as he found the two-year teaching experience was valuable to his life. (Xinhua/Li Shaopeng)

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