“Nong Mín-gōng”, the migrant laborers in the city, have no legal rights to training or health care.

Social unrest it is a matter that is broached in approximately all newspaper content and tutorial publications detailing mass unemployment amongst China’s migrant laborers.

This is China.
This is Truth.
This is Lifetime.
This is Sigh.

Posted by Hugo Selpisro on 2015-01-21 fifteen:twelve:23

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