The inland class truly taught me a lot about many new thi

she said. As a fan of music, Tsering was once a singer in a bar and released two singles in Tibetan.

In 2017, she went on a popular talent show called Sing! China and became a sensation in the music industry thanks to her un

ique style of music. Before Tsering, there were no other Tibetan contestants on the show, she said.

“People thought Tibetan singers were all about ethnic music, but I wanted to break that stereotype,” she said.

Liu Hua, with Qinghai’s Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee, said China’s favorable eth

nic policies not only brought quality education to students in ethnic areas but also changed their lives.

“These graduates are using their wide range of knowledge and ima

ges to influence people around them and generations to come,” Liu said.

lack of skilled workers and the poor educational foundation in the Tibet autonomous region, the government decide

d to offer classes to Tibetan children. In 1985, the first batch of them went inland to study. Since then, an incr

easing number have pursued studies in more developed areas in China.Tsering Lhakyi, born in the 1990s, was ra

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