Migrant workers' children contact with parents through microblog

10:00, March 08, 2011      

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Pupils of Maoping Primary School in Zigui County of Yichang of central China's Hubei Province, read the comments on their class microblog left by their parents. Maoping Primary School, which has more than 300 students out of some 680 whose parents are migrant workers, has opened a microblog for each class. Through the microblogs, the students' parents away from home can communicate with the teachers instantly to know their children's situation. They can also have video conversations with their children during their computer lessons. (Xinhua/Zheng Jiayu)


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