Trainees from Africa learn railway skills in Henan

By Shi Baoyin | | Updated: 2023-09-14 16:46
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Tilahun Anketsebrhan Girma, 28, a train operator from Ethiopia, learned her skills at Zhengzhou Railway Vocational and Technical College in Henan province. [Photo by Shen Zhiyuan/Provided to]

"She is very good. She is always active and listens carefully in class," said Li Changliu, a teacher at the college.

The Chinese-built Addis Ababa-Djibouti railway spans Ethiopia and Djibouti. Mainly hauling freight, it was the first modern electric railway on the African continent.

Since 2018, the railway has exported and transported goods from Ethiopia and other areas of East Africa. It has helped promote the prosperity and development of the regional economy.

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