More than Migrants (China)

In our third series we share the stories of migrant workers in China, and about the children they leave behind.

Photography by Hibshy Samsadin

Latest Articles

Wo Men 我们 (video)
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DisLabeled (video)
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My Dream Is…
In one of Pyramid of Babel’s empowerment classes in a Shanghai migrant school, students represented themselves in the present through
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Subtle Happiness
By Zhuqing Wang Liu Qingyun was sitting on a wooden stool next to the sidewalk and looked at the row
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The Chinese Dream: The Lives of China’s Migrant Workers
By Marcella M. The first time I went to China, I arrived just a few days before the Spring Festival.
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A Long Way From Home
By Zhuqing Wang When I met Yan Xiang, he was pushing a janitorial cart on the second floor of the
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Previous Next A series by photographer Hibshy Samsadin “After being unsettled by the prospects of a financial career in the
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Shanghai: Welcoming Yet Full of Challenges
By Zhuqing Wang Walking through the bustling city of Shanghai, you may notice that many people struggle to stick to
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Climate Justice: Is there Justice in Climate Change?
By Marcella M. Climate Change is quickly becoming the most talked-about phenomenon of our time. In the last few years,
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