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Q: What is the English translation for "qu zhi shu ji quan you er yuan"? last 3 words mean kindergarten

I am told it is a school on Tao Yuan Street in Nanning, I am trying to make contact with my friend who teaches there.

6 years 17 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Nanning

 
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the last three pinyan words mean kindergarten, but without tones or characters the first part is beyond my limited comprehension.

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in Chinese it's 区直属机关幼儿园

Given all the information you provided, I think its full name in Chinese is 广西壮族自治区直属机关第一幼儿园。

 

English translation could be :No1 Kindergarten attached directly to the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region administration system.

 

This is Baidu Map search result. Maybe it can help guide you there.

http://map.baidu.com/?newmap=1&ie=utf-8&s=s%26wd%3D%E5%8D%97%E5%AE%81%E5...

 

 

Good luck.

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