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Students Protest School Food Services

World Journal, news report, Posted: Jan 30, 2009


GUANGZHOU More than 2,000 middle school students in Dianbai County,
Guangdong Province protested for two days and smashed their dining hall before the Chinese New Year. The World Journal reports that at lunchtime of Jan. 17,
students at Dianbai No.1 middle school found the meat that they bought
from the school food services smelt rotten. Some staff from school told them the services had been cooking with old meat for over a month. Protesting students
said the head of the food services is a relative of the principal. The bad meat is only one of the reasons for the students' violent outburst. The
school has long been selling bad and expensive food. The school was closed to calm the students down.

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