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Schoolchildren’s Life between HongKong and Shenzhen [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-6-3 09:52:53 |Display all floors
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There are a group of children studying in HongKong and living in Shenzhen. You can often see kids carrying bags and waiting at Luohu checkpoint to go home after school.


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Post time 2013-6-3 09:55:42 |Display all floors
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These children have Hong Kong identity. According to the authority, there are more than 16 thousand children studying in Hong Kong while living in Shenzhen.


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Post time 2013-6-3 10:01:45 |Display all floors
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A nurse takes children to go to school. With frequent exchange and cooperation across the Strait, more and more Hong Kong citizens work in the mainland, so that their kids have to go to school across the border everyday.


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Post time 2013-6-3 10:02:45 |Display all floors
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Children take school bus to go home.

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Post time 2013-6-3 10:07:19 |Display all floors
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Students are having lunch. In 2009, inland women give birth to 37 thousand babies in Hong Kong, accounting for 45% of all the neonates in Hong Kong. As a result, the number of children who have Hong Kong identity and live in the mainland soars.


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Post time 2013-6-3 10:13:00 |Display all floors
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Two children go to school across the border. The biggest problem for these kids is transportation. It takes them one hour even for a single trip. A kid tells the reporter that she has to get up at 6 every morning in order to get to Luohu checkpoint at 7.


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Post time 2013-6-3 10:15:40 |Display all floors
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Children go across the border exclusive for them.


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