Shandong Lanxiang Vocational School

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Coordinates: 36°42′07″N 116°59′31″E / 36.702°N 116.992°E / 36.702; 116.992

The Shandong Lanxiang Vocational School (Chinese: 山东蓝翔高级技工学校; pinyin: Shāndōng Lánxiáng Gāojí Jìgōng Xuéxiào) is a vocational school in the Tianqiao District of Jinan, Shandong, China.

The school was founded in 1984[1] and is said to have been established with support from the People's Liberation Army.[2] The school admits about 20,000 students per year[1] and offers courses in subjects like cooking, auto repair, and hairdressing, as well as computer skills (albeit possibly only basic ones).[1]

The school has been suspected as a site from which cyber attacks were launched in 2009 (Operation Aurora[2]) and in 2011;[1] school officials have denied that their school launched the attacks.[1]


The street address of the school is 85 Jiluo Road (Chinese: 济泺路85号; pinyin: Jì luò lù 85 hào).

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