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
by Rose Dekker Dehumanization is the act or process of undermining individuality or human qualities in another person or aRead more.
Women Unlimited (China)
Jump to: all posts in the Women Unlimited Series Feminism with Chinese Characteristics Do Chinese Women Hold Up Half theRead more.
The Choices of Yang Lirong
By Yang Lirong My name is Yang Lirong, but you can also call me Xizhen. I am from Kunming, YunnanRead more.
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, andRead more.
My name is Li Jing
By Maria AB Buy42 Charity Store is a network of shops selling donated items and using the profits to supportRead more.
“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 lostRead more.
My name is Zhang Jian. I have had five or six jobs before, and now I work at a travelRead more.
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 theRead more.
"We never know tomorrow, but if we create a world that is good for every human being, it will also be good for you, and for who you might become."