-From Free Tibet
A newly opened camp in Nagchu City held a six-day training on national defence education.
Chinese authorities in the central Tibetan province of U-Tsang have announced the opening ceremony of its third military training summer camp for teenage schoolchildren in Nagchu City.
On 13 September, the propaganda department of Nagchu Municipal Committee, a large region in the north of the area governed as Tibet Autonomous Region since 1965, held an opening ceremony for a military training camp for teenage school children. The ceremony involved the Nagchu Education Bureau, Nagchu Fire Rescue Unit, and Nagchu No.2 Medium Unit and more than 500 students from Nagchu’s Second Middle School – a boarding school attended solely by Tibetans. The state media tibet.cn reported that it was the third training to take place which ran for six days.