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Century-old girls’ school
    2017-10-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

INSIDE a Hakka village in Langkou, Longhua District, there is a century-old mission school. Built in 1878, The Girls’ School was a Christian school and set up for the education of local girls. It had more than 100 girl students at its peak. The school was transformed into a public school after 1949. Sun Yat-sen had stayed in the school for a while before he departed from Shekou in Nanshan District to Honolulu, the capital of the U.S. state of Hawaii. The school served as a shelter during the war period, and a Swiss teacher at the school covered the school building with a Swiss national flag to protect it from being bombed by the Japanese army. The school stopped service in 1985 when it was incorporated into Dalang Elementary School. (Sun Yuchen)

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