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Border policewomen organize psychological counseling for kids in quake-hit areas

By Zhi Xinghua Source:Chinatibetnews.com 2015-05-07

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Photo shows a border policewoman playing games with kids in quake-hit areas. (Photo/Chinatibetnews.com)

On May 4, 344 elementary school students sings under the guide of border policewomen at the camp of Gyirong Border Check Point. It shows a happy and peaceful scene.

Recently, primary schools in Gyirong County begin to resume classes gradually. To eliminate the earthquake shadow and help children recover rapidly, Gyirong Border Check Point’s Sonam Tseshi, a three-level psychological consultant, invites these primary school students to come to the camp to have psychological counseling. By telling stories, playing games and singing songs, they get good psychological counseling.

Dondrup Tashi, president of Gyirong Primary School says that “you are children’s border police mothers. You have always cared about their development. This time, you give psychological counseling fro them. I thank you on behalf of the school.”

Gyirong Border Check Point’s soldiers often help poor students and donate clothes and studying tools to them. So far, they have donated more than 100 times with a value of over 100,000 yuan RMB.


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