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Left-behind children before Children's Day

People's Daily Online)  08:08, May 31, 2013  

Left-behind children before Children's Day

As China’s migrant workers flock to the cities in search of work in an effort to secure better lives for their families left behind in rural homelands, millions of rural children have been separated from their parents.

90 percent of students in Shijiao Yingshan School in Chongqing’s Qishan district are left-behind children who live with relatives or on their own. The school is for students preschool through 9th grade. Each grade has only one class. The lives of the students are recorded in photos before the Children's Day.

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(Editor:GaoYinan、Chen Lidan)


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