Chinese pupils arrived in Mongolia to recuperate

Sixty pupils from Sichuan province of China hard hit by earthquake in 2008, has arrived in Mongolia this morning for eight-day recuperation. The chinese children were invited by Prime Minister Bayar Sanjaa when he was in China during opening ceremony of the 29th Summer Beijing Olympics last summer.

This afternoon, the Chinese children were welcomed by Mongolian National Authority For Children, a government agency which will facilitate their stay in Mongolia. The children are staying in "Nairamdal" (Friendship) camp, former 'international Pioneers' summer camp, situated about 30 km away from Ulaanbaatar.During the tour, the children will familiarize themselves with Mongolian customs and culture and act with Mongolian children to promote cultural awareness between the two countries.Tomorrow, Prime Minister Bayar Sanjaa is expected to meet with the Chinese children in the Government house.Togtokhnyam, Chairwoman of the Authority for Children said during the reception " Mongolia welcomes the Chinese children which experienced hardships and trauma of the devastating earthquake. May you rest well in Mongolia and recuperate. Mongolian children will share with you Mongolian toys and culture and hope you will like them." Mongolian children warmly welcomed the Chinese children and together they danced in the tune of song "if you are happy, clap your hands".

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