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Executives and cabin crews of Asiana Airlines pose with Chinese students in Jinan, Shandong province, on Wednesday after making a sisterhood tie with a primary school there. The nation’s second-largest airline said it provided nine air conditioners, 10 computers, a water purifier and 200 sets of crayons to the students, and their cabin crews held a session to teach students how they can become a flight crew member. Since 2012, the company has been running a project called “Beautiful Class” in 21 cities in China, including Nanjing and Dairen, to financially help students, and has provided 14 pianos, 32 beam projectors, 800 personal computers and about 14,000 books, worth about 950 million won ($808,000), as part of its global social contribution activities. The company also invited students to participate in a series of events organized by the company, including an essay contest to win a trip to Korea to tour the company’s business sites and experience Korean culture. Provided by the company

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