Children in quake-hit areas get busy learning

2008-06-11 12:03:46 GMT       2008-06-11 20:03:46 (Beijing Time)       Xinhua English

Second graders attend class in a temporary classroom at Chengguan No.2 elementary school in Wenxian county, Longnan city, northwest China's Gansu Province June 11, 2008. About 90 percent of the 2,964 middle schools and elementary schools suspended in the quake-hit Longnan city have resumed classes by now. The local government is still working hard to help reopen schools and kindergartens in remote villages and mountainous areas.(Xinhua Photo)

Third graders play games during a break at Chengguan No.2 elementary school in Wenxian county, Longnan city, northwest China's Gansu Province June 11, 2008. About 90 percent of the 2,964 middle schools and elementary schools suspended in the quake-hit Longnan city have resumed classes by now. The local government is still working hard to help reopen schools and kindergartens in remote villages and mountainous areas. (Xinhua Photo)

Sixth graders attend class in a tent at Chengguan No.2 elementary school in Wenxian county, Longnan city, northwest China's Gansu Province June 11, 2008. About 90 percent of the 2,964 middle schools and elementary schools suspended in the quake-hit Longnan city have resumed classes by now. The local government is still working hard to help reopen schools and kindergartens in remote villages and mountainous areas. (Xinhua Photo)

Children attend class in a temporary classroom at Chengguan No.2 elementary school in Wenxian county, Longnan city, northwest China's Gansu Province June 11, 2008. About 90 percent of the 2,964 middle schools and elementary schools suspended in the quake-hit Longnan city have resumed classes by now. The local government is still working hard to help reopen schools and kindergartens in remote villages and mountainous areas.(Xinhua Photo)

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