Most of the other student always complained about waking up early, traffic, or sometimes going to school on rainy days. But they should feel guilty about these kids who are living on top of a 2,625-foot-tall peak. This village is located in Southwest China with a very small community.
The nearest school to this village is Le’er Primary School which is located at the foot of the mountain. The only way to get to school is through a 17 vine ladders that they need to climb up and down.
The government of Zhaojue Country now sets a $155,000 for the residents. But not to construct a road but to by sheep for them. They need at least 9 million dollars to link the village and the school. Please watch the video below.
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