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  • Students help to unload bicycles from a truck on June 18. Photo: VCG

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    Students help to unload bicycles from a truck on June 18. Photo: VCG
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Gallery: Sharing Shared Bikes

Schoolchildren in Yangon, Myanmar, recently received free bicycles from a project called “LessWalk.” The program, started by a local entrepreneur, buys second-hand bicycles from Chinese bike-sharing firms to help children travel to school more easily

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Students surround bicycles, which were previously used by a bike-sharing company, in Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar, on June 18. Photo: VCG
Bicycles bearing the branding of bike-sharing firms in storage on June 15. Photo: VCG
A man tests a bicycle in a warehouse. Photo: VCG
Students help to unload bicycles from a truck on June 18. Photo: VCG
Students ride their new bicycles. Photo: VCG
Workers unload bicycles shipped from Singapore on June 15. Photo: VCG

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