Harbin No. 2 Korean Middle School

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Harbin No. 2 Korean Middle School
No. 2 Korean Middle School, Harbin.jpg
Simplified Chinese 哈尔滨市朝鲜族第二中学
Traditional Chinese 哈爾濱市朝鮮族第二中學
Harbin No. 2 Korean Middle School
Hangul 할빈시 조선족 제2 중학교
Revised Romanization Halbinshi Joseonjok Je-Yi Junghakkyo
McCune–Reischauer Halbinshi Chosŏnjok Che-Yi Chunghakkyo

The Harbin No. 2 Korean Middle School (also Harbin 2nd Korean Nationality Middle School) is a school for ethnic Korean residents of Harbin, Heilongjiang in northeast China.[1][2]

History[edit]

The No. 2 Korean Middle School was established in 1962, and received permission to convert from an ordinary middle school to a foreign-language vocational middle school in September 1992. It was the only ethnic vocational middle school in Heilongjiang province.[3] Its conversion into a municipal-level standard school was approved in December 2010.[4]

In 2006, the Heilongjiang College of Education organised computer training for teachers at the school and several other Korean schools in the province.[5] In 2011, the school signed an agreement with the Harbin Tourism Department to train Korean-speaking tour guides.[6]

Building[edit]

Commemorative plaque on the No. 2 Korean Middle School building

The No. 2 Korean Middle School is located at 86 Tongjiang Street, Daoli District, in a building constructed in the late 1910s. The same building once housed the city's Jewish Middle School; it is listed by the municipal government as a second-class preserved historical building.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mann, Jim (1985-10-20), "Chinese City of Harbin Still Home for Russians, Poles: Few Emigres Left in Paris of the Far East", Los Angeles Times, retrieved 2011-04-28 
  2. ^ "市朝鲜族第二中学", harbin.gov.cn, 2006-09-13, retrieved 2011-05-02 
  3. ^ "哈尔滨市朝鲜族第二中学校", harbin.gov.cn, retrieved 2011-05-02 
  4. ^ "하얼빈조선족제2중학교 시급표준화학교로 부상", 조선어 방송, 2011-02-07 
  5. ^ "제3차 중국 흑룡강성 할빈시조선족중소학교 교사컴퓨터조작경연대회", 흑룡강코리언, 2006-12-21, retrieved 2011-05-02 
  6. ^ "哈尔滨市朝鲜族第二中学揭开合作办学新篇章", Heilongjiang College of Education, 2011-04-01, retrieved 2011-05-02 
  7. ^ "哈尔滨市朝鲜族第二中学", Harbin Urban and Rural Planning Bureau, retrieved 2011-05-02 

Further reading[edit]

  • "哈尔滨市朝鲜族第二中学", 凝固的乐章——哈尔滨市保护建筑纵览, 中国建筑工业出版社, October 2005, ISBN 978-7-112-07815-8 

Coordinates: 45°46′20″N 126°36′54″E / 45.772182°N 126.615023°E / 45.772182; 126.615023