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This is a special school with only 2 students, but with diligence and devotion, the principle makes it a better place.

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A school in Shuangmiao village, Feidong county of East China's Anhui province, has only two students and one teacher/principal. Wang Jinlong, the 56-year-old principal, goes through lessons with his class of two, on Nov 9, 2011. Most children of the village have left for the cities to study, but Wang continues classes for the two children who stayed behind: Li Juncheng in second grade and preschooler Yang Nieyuanzhang.[Photo/CFP]

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Yang Nieyuanzhang, the 5-year-old preschooler, plays on the parallel bars, the only exercise facility at the school in Shuangmiao village, Feidong county of East China's Anhui province, Nov 9, 2011.

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Wang Jinlong poses in front of the school gate for a class photo with his two remaining students in Shuangmiao village, Feidong county of East China's Anhui province, Nov 9, 2011. [Photo/CFP]

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Wang Jinlong teaches his class of two students at a school in Shuangmiao village, Feidong county of East China's Anhui province, Dec 16, 2011.

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Yang Nieyuan and Li Juncheng play on the parallel bars, the only exercise facility at the school in Shuangmiao village, Feidong county of East China's Anhui province, Nov 9, 2011.

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