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Year 2 Girl Helps Brother Sleep In Classroom

These photos were taken in a primary school of Shanjiang Town, Fenghuang county, Hunan province by Lu Qixing on 29th July, 2011.

The girl in her year 2 classroom, is helping her brother go to sleep, so she and the rest of the children could continue learning in the classroom. (screenshot)

"Now my brother is sleeping, I can listen to the teacher." The girl and boy's parents went away from home to make living; their grand parents were working in the fields, so the girl took her younger brother to the classroom. The boy's larger head size is due to malnutrition, according to the report.

A local teacher, Wu Jianhui told media that it is very common that children in that area live with their grand parents, while their parents went away looking for work.

A government building: "People's Government of Huyuan Town"  ----- A well built "office building" for local communist leaders in a village town in China, with an European design.

Compare the above photos: the true communists system in play.

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