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Children in Lhasa create art to support virus fight

  • Source : VTIBET.com Author : Tenzin Woebom Time : 04/01/2020 Editor : Tenzin Woebom

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    Children in Lhasa, regional capital of Tibet Autonomous Region created a number of art pieces to record stories that happened during the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, as well as to support the fight against the epidemic.

     

    The followings are some of their works, depicting such scenes as super heroes defeating the virus, doctors saving patients, tips on keeping safe from the novel coronavirus, people from all walks of life fighting on the front line against the epidemic and so on to express their good wishes.

     

     

    This painting, created by 10-year-old Tenzin Choephel from Lhasa No.1 Primary School in Chengguan district, shows the united efforts of Chinese people in fighting against the COVID-19. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

     

    The picture, by Wang Yulan from Lhasa Experimental Primary School, depicts the medical workers who have been fighting on the front line against the COVID-19 as true heroes. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

     

    Phurbu Yudron from Lhasa No.1 Primary School in Chengguan district draws the painting to tell people tips on keeping safe from the novel coronavirus. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

     

    This picture depicts nurses as angels who have been guarding children, allowing them to grow healthily and happily. It was painted by Liu Zixin, a nine years old student of Primary School of Lhasa Normal University. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

     

    The picture painted by Dorma Choegyi, a student from Lhasa Experimental Primary School, shows full support for the world's fight against novel coronavirus pneumonia and extends his best wishes to medical workers on the front line. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

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