Chongxin County

Chongxin (simplified Chinese: 崇信县; traditional Chinese: 崇信縣; pinyin: Chóngxìn Xiàn) is a county in the southeast of Gansu province, China, located 70 km (43 mi) northeast of Pingliang, which administers it. It borders Pingliang, Jinchuan County, to the east, Huating County to the west, and Long County to the south, which is part of Baoji, Shaanxi province.

Chongxin County

崇信县

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Chongxin is located in Gansu
Chongxin
Chongxin
Location of the seat in Gansu
Coordinates: 35°18′07″N 107°02′06″E / 35.302°N 107.035°E / 35.302; 107.035Coordinates: 35°18′07″N 107°02′06″E / 35.302°N 107.035°E / 35.302; 107.035
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceGansu
Prefecture-level cityPingliang
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Websitewww.chongxin.gansu.gov.cn

Chongxin has a population of approximately 85,000. More than 80% of the population rely on farming, and have very poor living conditions. The government or municipality offices are mainly located in Jinping Township.

  • Towns: Jingping and Xinyao.
  • Townships: Jiugong, Tongcheng, Huangzhai, Baishu, Huanghua and Mulin.

EducationEdit

No.1 Chongxin County High School was the only high school to some extent in this county before 2000.

Daxing Primary School, as of 2016, has 40 students in multi-grade classrooms and five teachers, none of whom have university degrees. All of the teachers were men in their 50s.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sheng, Menglu; Li Rongde (2016-12-14). "Battered by Closures, Rural Schools Await New Guidelines". Caixin Global. Retrieved 2017-05-29.

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