Hainan Shin Shin Schools

Hainan is located off the southern coast of the country. It consists of several islands, the largest of which is also called Hainan Island. Hainan has a tropical moist monsoon climate. Hainan Island is often called the gem of the South Sea; it is the second largest island after Taiwan. Hainan has the smallest land area among all provinces in China, but its vast ocean territory more than makes up for the relative scarcity in land, giving Hainan a total area of 340,000 square kilometers. About 51% of its land mass is covered by forests. Hainan is the home of more than 30 ethnic groups, including Han, Li, Miao, Hui, and Zhuang. Hainan is also the hometown of significant overseas Chinese populations in Southeast Asian countries, including Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

Hainan enjoys a warm tropical climate that resembles that of Hawaii: blue skies, white clouds, coconut trees, sunsets, beaches, sailboats, and waves decorate its beautiful landscape. The first building sponsored by Shin Shin Educational Foundation was erected in an elementary school in Sanya city, Hainan in 2005. It marked the beginning of Shin Shin's efforts to improve the education level and teaching conditions of local elementary schools.
Year No. Name (Chinese)
2005 174 海南省三亚市吉阳区红沙小学广恩欣欣教学楼
Totally 1 school(s)/reading room(s).