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

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Re-Humanization
by Rose Dekker Dehumanization is the act or process of undermining individuality or human qualities in another person or a
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Women Unlimited (China)
Jump to: all posts in the Women Unlimited Series Feminism with Chinese Characteristics Do Chinese Women Hold Up Half the
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The Choices of Yang Lirong
By Yang Lirong My name is Yang Lirong, but you can also call me Xizhen. I am from Kunming, Yunnan
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A Minority within a Minority
By Xiaolong   Intersectionality: the complex, cumulative way in which the effects of multiple forms of discrimination (such as racism, sexism, and
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My name is Li Jing
By Maria AB Buy42 Charity Store is a network of shops selling donated items and using the profits to support
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“Yes, I’m blind. And I’m a human being too.”
My name is Wang Zhen, my English name is Alex. I’m 40 years old. I’m a blind person. I lost
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Inclusion
My name is Zhang Jian. I have had five or six jobs before, and now I work at a travel
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The Salt of Pyramid of Babel
By Maria AB A while ago, I watched Wim Wenders’ “The Salt of the Earth”, a documentary that depicts the
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Deaf filmmakers
Celine’s Struggles and Dreams
Celine, 31 years old. Art designer, painter, graduated from Shanghai University of Applied Technology, and hearing impaired. According to the
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