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Four-year-old left-behind boy smokes cigarettes like adults [Copy link] 中文

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A video that captured a four-year-old boy smoking cigarettes has gone viral on the internet. In the video, the boy was seen lying on the bamboo chair, with his legs crossed, chewing a durian and puffing out smoke rings. In Xinhua county of Hunan province, the boy is left behind and taken care of by grandparents as his parents go to work in the cities. According to the locals, the boy has been addicted to cigarettes for more than one year.The video has drawn criticism online, and put the left-behind children under the spotlight again. Upon hearing this, the local government officals has criticized his grandparents.

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Another cancer patient in the making, stupid grandparents!
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Another cancer patient in the making, stupid grandparents!

I am full of pity for the little boy with no one to care for. His grandparents could provide the necessary food, clothing and shelter but they couldn't give the boy the care he needs most. He is one of the millions of left-behind children in the rural China.

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