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Arriving in Beijing

(People's Daily Online)

11:43, February 28, 2013

Jia Yuling, 18, wait s for a job opportunity in front a domestic service center in Chaoyang district in Beijing on Feb. 22, 2013. She came to Beijing with her mother from Hongdong of Shanxi the day before, hoping to find a job with good payment. Jia had to quit school after graduation from junior high school because of the poor condition of her family. When talking about the impression on Beijing, Jia couldn't help crying and said that she felt sad to see the staff of the domestic service held a rude attitude to migrant workers like her. She hoped to get respect, not discrimination from the people of Beijing. (Photo/China Youth Daily)
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