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Panchen Lama visits orphaned children

Publish Time: 2018-08-24 Author: From: China Tibet Online

The 11th Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu, who is currently in Lhoka, Tibet, visited orphaned children at the Lhoka Special Education School and Children’s Welfare Institute.

The children here are either orphans or have some physical defects, but their "imperfections" have not affected their ability to study or live happily. Seeing their sunny smiles, those present were all moved.

Established in August 2013, the Lhoka Special Education School adopts a combination of medical care and education, specializing in early intervention and treatment for disabled children. Facilities in the school include a sensory training room, a speech and hearing rehabilitation training room, and a blind massage room. The Lhoka Children's Welfare Institute has provided indoor and outdoor activity rooms including multimedia education rooms, a library, an art room, a growth education park, a dance studio, and a Tibetan calligraphy room for more than 460 children.

All through the school, the Panchen Lama either smiled with the children, asking them how they were,checking on their studies, or asked a teacher about certain details. After visiting the rehabilitation area, the Panchen Lama went to the learning area, student life area, and disabled vocational education center to understand the vocational skills and growth of children with disabilities.

"Do you like this job?" "Are you willing to do this job?" While visiting the rehabilitation area, the 11th Panchen Lama carefully asked the teachers about their work and told them, "You are here to contribute to these disabled children. It is really great work, and I salute you."

Editor:Yanina

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