Lu Daimeng shares his sparse dormitory with eight other students.
They sleep on bunk beds and hang their washing by the window.
A copy of Harry Potter in Chinese sits on the shelf next to pots of instant noodles.
More than 30,000 pupils go to this rough-around-the-edges technical college in Jinan, a city of seven million people in east China.
But six days a week, Lu and his fellow students shuffle to the classroom for a different sort of lesson.
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