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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese security guard stands at the gate as parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A view of Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese national flag flutters at Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese criminal investigators arrive at Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese security guard stands guard next to parents and grandparents waiting to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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A Chinese police officer patrols the street near Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Cyclists pass by a police car on the road near Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Pedestrians walk past Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Police cars arrive at the road near Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Chinese parents and grandparents wait to pick up their children outside Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday (8 January 2019) after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from northeast China's Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the Beijing No.1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end in January and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Head of the department of propaganda of Beijing's Xicheng district, is surrounded by media and parents as he receives an interview after a worker attacked a group of pupils with a hammer at the school in Beijing, China, 8 January 2019. Students of a Beijing primary school and their parents were in shock that a maintenance worker attacked a group of children with a hammer on Tuesday after learning that his employment contract would be terminated. The 49-year-old man surnamed Jia, from Heilongjiang province, had been working via an employment agency in the maintenance department at a campus of the No 1 Affiliated Elementary School of Xuanwu Normal School in Xicheng district. His contract was to end this month and the agency decided not to renew it, the Xicheng government said in a statement released on Tuesday evening. Police said that Jia began attacking children with a hammer at 11:17 am because he had lost his job. Twenty schoolchildren were injured, three of them seriously. All the injured children were sent to hospitals for treatment and none are currently considered to be in life-threatening condition. Jia has been placed in criminal detention and the case is being further investigated, according to the statement. Wang Shaofeng, Xicheng district chief said on Tuesday night that security at all schools in the district has been stepped up. Many of the wounded students had head injuries. Four, whose skulls were fractured in the attack, require surgery. A student who had the most severe head injury was still undergoing surgery at 9 pm. The operations on the other three students had been successfully completed, Li Jia, deputy Party chief of Capital Medical University Xuanwu Hospital, said at a news conference. Liu Yuhui, head of Beijing Education Commission, said schools have been instructed to run thorough security checks on school workers. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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(180926) -- LODZ, Sept. 26, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Pupils take a Chinese language class at the First Primary School in Lodz, Poland, Sept. 25, 2018. A Chinese primary school on Tuesday signed a friendly school cooperation agreement with a counterpart in central Poland's Lodz, enabling their students to experience cultural exchanges in the future. The cooperation deal was signed between Chengdu Qingbaijiang Foreign Language Primary School from southwest China and the First Primary School in Lodz. (Xinhua/Chen Xu) (lrz)
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(180926) -- LODZ, Sept. 26, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Chinese teacher Li Yan introduces Chinese food to pupils at the First Primary School in Lodz, Poland, Sept. 25, 2018. A Chinese primary school on Tuesday signed a friendly school cooperation agreement with a counterpart in central Poland's Lodz, enabling their students to experience cultural exchanges in the future. The cooperation deal was signed between Chengdu Qingbaijiang Foreign Language Primary School from southwest China and the First Primary School in Lodz. (Xinhua/Chen Xu) (lrz)
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(180901) -- XINGTAI, Sept. 1, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Pupils do eye exercises at an elementary school in Xingtai City, north China's Hebei Province, Sept. 1, 2018. To cultivate a good habit of using eyes, schools in China prepare eye-care activities for students on the school opening day which falls on Sept. 1. (Xinhua/Mu Yu) (ly)
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Landscape in the Style of Juran and Yan Wengui. Artist: Wang Hui (Chinese, 1632-1717). Culture: China. Dimensions: Image: 12 1/4 x 158 3/8 in. (31.1 x 402.3 cm) Overall with mounting: 12 7/8 x 359 1/8 in. (32.7 x 912.2 cm). Date: Dated 1713. At the age of eighty, Wang Hui continued to find inspiration for his paintings in the styles of the ancients. On an album leaf in the National Palace Museum, Taipei, dated 1713, he wrote that his sixty years of studying and emulating old masters had passed like a single day. In autumn of the same year, he painted this handscroll, which combines the disparate styles of Juran (act. ca. 960-95), evoked with long, soft brush lines that give texture and contour to the hillsides, and of Yan Wengui (act. ca. 970-1030), suggested by finely textured surfaces executed in crisp short strokes and dots. The inscription describes Wang Hui's inspiration: Some years ago I was a guest in the capital, where, at the home of a collector, I was able to see a great many scrolls by ancient men. Among them were two paintings: Juran's River Pass on a Clear Morning and Yan Wengui's Fishing near a Mountain Pass. Their divine color was magnificent and each was extremely refined and marvelous, among the best of all the famous works of the Song and Yuan. Suddenly, after more than twenty years, they have come to my breast. This scroll was made by combining the two masters' general concepts. Although in purity, truth, and subtle blandness it is not close to them, in its style it is not very far. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
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Handan, CHINA-27th June 2018: Pupils learn to make World Cup themed handicrafts with recycled corrugated medium paper at a primary school in Handan, north China's Hebei Province, June 27th, 2018. (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Handan, CHINA-27th June 2018: Pupils learn to make World Cup themed handicrafts with recycled corrugated medium paper at a primary school in Handan, north China's Hebei Province, June 27th, 2018. (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT)//SIPAASIA_17827840
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Handan, CHINA-27th June 2018: Pupils learn to make World Cup themed handicrafts with recycled corrugated medium paper at a primary school in Handan, north China's Hebei Province, June 27th, 2018. (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Liaocheng, CHINA-1st January 2018:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 700 pupils form patterns of Chinese characters 'Hello, 2018' and 'Happy New Year' at a primary school in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, celebrating the arrival of New Year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Xuancheng, CHINA-27th December 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) More than 800 pupils attend the radio gymnastics contest at a primary school in Xuancheng, central China's Anhui Province. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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Qinhuangdao, CHINA-27th November 2017:(EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils learn knowledge on Aids at a primary school in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province, marking the upcoming World Aids Day which falls on December 1st every year. (Photo by /Sipa USA)
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(171110) -- BEIJING, Nov. 10, 2017 (Xinhua) -- U.S. First Lady Melania Trump poses for a group photo with pupils during her visit to the giant panda enclosure at the Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 10, 2017. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei) (ry) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(171110) -- BEIJING, Nov. 10, 2017 -- U.S. First Lady Melania Trump poses for a group photo with pupils during her visit to the giant panda enclosure at the Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 10, 2017. ) (ry) CHINA-BEIJING-U.S.-MELANIA TRUMP-VISIT (CN) PangxXinglei PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN
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Pupils attend a class in the colorful primary for a new semester in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 14 February 2017. When the new academic term begins on Sunday (12 February 2017) in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province, students from a primary school have reason to be more excited than usual. Their school has been given a makeover in various bright colors. The headmaster said the reconstruction project was launched in 2011 and is now in the final stage. The whole project, carried out with the theme "warm" and "growth", will be finished by the end of this year.
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(170110) -- HARBIN, Jan. 10, 2017 () -- Pupils learn to play curling at an activity center in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, Jan. 9, 2017. Kids are having fun with winter sports in cold winter days. (/Wang Kai) (jqk) fot. Avalon/REPORTER
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(161231) -- YIYUAN, Dec. 31, 2016 () -- Pupils pose to greet the upcoming new year in Yiyuan County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 29, 2016. (/Zhao Dongshan) (ry)
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Lianyungang,CHINA-November 29 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils show their self-made red ribbons at a primary school in Donghai County, Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province, November 29th, 2016, marking the upcoming World AIDS Day which falls on December 1st every year. World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Government and health officials, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.The red ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV-positive people and those living with AIDS. (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) People talk in Atuler village located at the 800-meter-high cliff on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Father and son from Atuler village rest at the cliff on their way to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) A pupil from Atuler village climbs vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) People kill a goat in Atuler village located at the 800-meter-high cliff on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Two dogs are seen in Atuler village located at the 800-meter-high cliff on May 13, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) A girl sits on stone in Atuler village located at the 800-meter-high cliff on May 13, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) A man walks in Atuler village located at the 800-meter-high cliff on May 13, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ?Exclusivepix Media
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Liaocheng, CHINA - April 19 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils observe world map. Volunteers come to teach pupils knowledges of Seven continents and four oceans, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and play games, handle self-made globe to celebrate World Earth Day, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, 2016Ae4??19?'LZ??s??Al?LZ??4??22?'E????????'??????zELZ?a?'LZ??s??Al??oN????uzCN?N????l??'??????Al?E?z????E?Ne?AN?l?o???Ao?C??????LZaL???llAa?????isZAL?l??'????AN?????????????????C??o??A??A?oNo?A??????????zo?ra??A??????EsLZ??N???????Es????A?????????LZ??C???Es???zO???A?E?????a????AN???E??????C?AAo????????Aa?????????A?E?LZ??C??AN????AaL???????A???eAL??O?????????????aL???llLZ?C??????AL (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Liaocheng, CHINA - April 19 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Pupils observe world map. Volunteers come to teach pupils knowledges of Seven continents and four oceans, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and play games, handle self-made globe to celebrate World Earth Day, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, 2016Ae4??19?'LZ??s??Al?LZ??4??22?'E????????'??????zELZ?a?'LZ??s??Al??oN????uzCN?N????l??'??????Al?E?z????E?Ne?AN?l?o???Ao?C??????LZaL???llAa?????isZAL?l??'????AN?????????????????C??o??A??A?oNo?A??????????zo?ra??A??????EsLZ??N???????Es????A?????????LZ??C???Es???zO???A?E?????a????AN???E??????C?AAo????????Aa?????????A?E?LZ??C??AN????AaL???????A???eAL??O?????????????aL???llLZ?C??????AL (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Liaocheng, CHINA - April 19 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Self-made green globe. Volunteers come to teach pupils knowledges of Seven continents and four oceans, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and play games, handle self-made globe to celebrate World Earth Day, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, 2016Ae4??19?'LZ??s??Al?LZ??4??22?'E????????'??????zELZ?a?'LZ??s??Al??oN????uzCN?N????l??'??????Al?E?z????E?Ne?AN?l?o???Ao?C??????LZaL???llAa?????isZAL?l??'????AN?????????????????C??o??A??A?oNo?A??????????zo?ra??A??????EsLZ??N???????Es????A?????????LZ??C???Es???zO???A?E?????a????AN???E??????C?AAo????????Aa?????????A?E?LZ??C??AN????AaL???????A???eAL??O?????????????aL???llLZ?C??????AL (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Liaocheng, CHINA - April 19 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) A volunteer is teaching them. Volunteers come to teach pupils knowledges of Seven continents and four oceans, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and play games, handle self-made globe to celebrate World Earth Day, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, 2016Ae4??19?'LZ??s??Al?LZ??4??22?'E????????'??????zELZ?a?'LZ??s??Al??oN????uzCN?N????l??'??????Al?E?z????E?Ne?AN?l?o???Ao?C??????LZaL???llAa?????isZAL?l??'????AN?????????????????C??o??A??A?oNo?A??????????zo?ra??A??????EsLZ??N???????Es????A?????????LZ??C???Es???zO???A?E?????a????AN???E??????C?AAo????????Aa?????????A?E?LZ??C??AN????AaL???????A???eAL??O?????????????aL???llLZ?C??????AL (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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Liaocheng, CHINA - April 19 2016: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT) Self-made green globe. Volunteers come to teach pupils knowledges of Seven continents and four oceans, Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and play games, handle self-made globe to celebrate World Earth Day, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace, 2016Ae4??19?'LZ??s??Al?LZ??4??22?'E????????'??????zELZ?a?'LZ??s??Al??oN????uzCN?N????l??'??????Al?E?z????E?Ne?AN?l?o???Ao?C??????LZaL???llAa?????isZAL?l??'????AN?????????????????C??o??A??A?oNo?A??????????zo?ra??A??????EsLZ??N???????Es????A?????????LZ??C???Es???zO???A?E?????a????AN???E??????C?AAo????????Aa?????????A?E?LZ??C??AN????AaL???????A???eAL??O?????????????aL???llLZ?C??????AL (Photo by ) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
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