China's Central Gov't to Build New Middle School in Lhasa


Boys and girls play joyfully on the campus of the Lhasa Haicheng Primary School, Chengguan District, downtown Lhasa, capital of Tibet, photo from CTIC.

China's Central Government will spend 46 million yuan building a middle school in Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region, according to Tibet Business.

Construction of the school, which will be located in Liuwu New District, will start and be completed next year.

The school, which will provide both junior and senior middle school education, is designed to hold 2,000 students after completion.

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