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Chinese overseas workers: it’s difficult to support a family [Copy link] 中文

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February 2, 2012, a Chinese worker employed by China Resources Group in Guineais working on project of upgrading power grids. Like many African countries, hundreds of Chinese workers work in Bata and form a unique group.

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February 2, 2012, Chinese workers in Guinea.

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January 31, 2012, in Bata, Equatorial Guinea, workers of China Resources Group come back to the dormitory for meal after work.

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January 31, 2012,Bata, Equatorial Guinea, Chinese workers are having meals in the dorm. These workers spend little money in foreign countries, they save the money and send back home to build houses. Their villages are just like many others in China with only children women and the elderly left behind.

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Liujiazhuang Village is a small village in Hebei Province, south of Beijing, there remained in the village only women and the elderly. Many people in the village have gone to work overseas, such as South Korea, Mauritania, Sudan, Israel and other countries, with annual income of 7900 to $ 11,000.

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February 3,2012 in Liujiazhuang village, women are chatting outside the shop.

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February 3, 2012, Liujiazhuang Jing Liying`s husband work in Cameroon and two sons work on construction sites in Singapore.

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