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In the past 30 years' reform, many people moved from rural area to cities to find a job. Some other people moved from one city to another.

However, local government usually refuses to provide many basic services to these people. For example, government-owned primary and high schools refused their children. (Most of schools in China are owned by government.) So, most of these people's children have to study in their hometowns. These people often go back to hometowns to visit their children in schools once every half a year or once every year.

Now, in Shandong province, local government promises to publish a new regulation in 2012. The local government would permit these people's children to study in schools in their working area.   
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In August 28, 2012, 3 women tried to jump from government building when local government refused their children to study in local schools.

Their children don't have local Hukou certificates though their parents works here. So local government refused to provide such type of basic services to them.

It happened in Jiangxi provincial capital, Nanchang city. If they wanna get local Hukou certificates, they have to buy local apartments first. I guess that these people could hardly afford the sky high prices of apartments there.

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I partly agree with you.

China should relax the hukou policy, instead the government should restrict the inflow of spy-troll, migrant losers and terrorist-thugs.

You know what I mean.

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