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World’s largest geodesic bamboo dome
Bamboo classroom with Wi-Fi connectivity
Plants in sandbags
The students receive free meal from the school.
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The author, Tetch Torres, with PTCO officers and Bamboo school teachers.
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The author, Tetch Torres (second from left), with PTCO officers Dell Santos, Carmelita Villanueva, Maria Fe Nuestra Ferriols, Dean Elena Pernia, Monton Chansiri of the Royal Thai Embassy in Manila and Bamboo school officers.
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