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A migrant worker’s life after work: photo stroy

People's Daily Online)  09:09, April 24, 2013  

Lenses focus on Li’s life after work on March 29, 2011.

16 migrant workers live in an incomplete building in Baisha village of a south China’s Hainan province.

Li is one of them. He came to work in the city miles away from home, separating from his wife and daughter. The room in the incomplete building cost him a 120 yuan (USD 19.4) per month.

According to Li, almost all migrant workers have the same mode of living - getting up early at 5 a.m. everyday and going home late.

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(Editor:GaoYinan、Ye Xin)


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