Beijing Chen Jing Lun High School

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Chao Wai Shi Chang Jie, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100020
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N39° 55' 12" E116° 26' 29"   (39.92, 116.44138888889)
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Beijing Chen Jing Lun High School (simplified Chinese: 北京市陈经纶中学; traditional Chinese: 北京市陳經綸中學; pinyin: Běijīng Chénjīnglún Zhōngxué, abbreviated as BJCJL), is one of the oldest high schools in Chaoyang District of Beijing, and one of the first beacon high schools of the city. Founded in 1921 by Japanese philanthropist Yasuzo Shimizu (清水安三, Shimizu Yasuzō) in the impoverished neighborhood outside Chaoyangmen as a school for disadvantaged girls, the school has undergone a series changes from the original Chongzhen School (崇祯学园), to the No. 4 High School for Girls (女子第四中学) in 1945, to the coeducational Chaoyang High School (朝阳中学) during the Cultural Revolution and finally to Chen Jing Lun High School in 1991, after the Hong Kong entrepreneur and philanthropist Chan King-Luen (陈经纶). Today, it is one of the most well-regarded high schools in the city’s Central Business District.

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Beijing Chen Jing Lun High School

Address: Chao Wai Shi Chang Jie, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100020
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