China Airlines donates 350 LCD monitors to Mongolian schools

China Airlines donated 350 used 15” LCD monitors to the Ulaanbaatar Trade and Economic Office in Taipei, Mongolia's representative office in Taiwan, at the inauguration ceremony yesterday of the Mongolia Culture, Education, Health and Economic Cooperation Association in Taiwan.

The monitors will be distributed to 33 schools and one hospital in remote regions of the Mongolia, including the South Gobi Province and Selenge Province to help promote computer literacy. The airline donated another 210 used monitors in March to Taiwanese charities such as the Garden of Hope Foundation and Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation, among others.

In recent years the airline has been finding new lives in social welfare for old corporate assets. In 2009, it donated cabin equipment such as seats, meal carts, toilets, oxygen masks and life jackets, to local elementary schools to build airport-themed English classrooms.

Source:www.chinapost.com



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