Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Chinese Kids Who Take One The Most Dangerous Paths To Go To School Finally Get A Steel Ladder For A Safer Climbing (11 pics)

There is an isolated village on the top of a mountain in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture, Southwest China's Sichuan province. Atule'er village is a home to 72 families and is known as a "cliff village." Children climb up an 800-meter (2,624 ft) cliff using 17 vine ladders tied together with no safety measures to go to school. But finally this ladder was changed to a steel one. It is larger and has safety rails.

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