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Airline Headphones Allegedly Made With Prison Labor

Former prisoners claim that they were forced to make headphones for airlines including Qantas, British Airways and Emirates while serving sentences at a prison in Guangdong, reports AFP: Two inmates recently released from the...

Hukou Reform in Spotlight at NPC

What began in the early days of the PRC as a regulatory means to ensure that enough rural labor stayed where it was needed to work the fields, China’s household registration, or hukou system, has long been criticized as...

Photographer Documents Toll of Labor Migration

In 2011, photographer Liu Jie captured the division of Chinese families by labor migration in a series of portraits. Against scenic countryside backdrops, his subjects posed with empty chairs representing family members who had...

Child Protesters Reap Success For Migrant Workers

Children of migrant laborers who had long been owed wages from a tourism company in Dali, Yunnan province joined their parents in protest this week. The company received a court order to to pay up months ago, but refused to do...

Africa’s Chinese Diaspora: Under Pressure

While the controversies surrounding Beijing’s massive economic and soft-power investments in the African continent are frequently explored by the media, Andrew Bowman looks at an aspect of the China-Africa...

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