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

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 Read 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 support Read 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 lost Read more
My name is Zhang Jian. I have had five or six jobs before, and now I work at a travel Read 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 the Read more
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 Read more
Poverty Does Not Last Longer Than Two Generations
By Chloe Hong Three years after the end of the Anti-Japanese War, he was born, as the second to last Read more


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